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This issue of the Collegian is being sent to M. A. C. Alumni byjthe Western Alumni Association^. ^ ^ ^ ^ 

v |0CTn-1919 

4>J« I MM I J i I » I ill 






MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



No. I 



ANNUAL ROPE PULL A 

SOPHOMORE VICTORY 

Upperclassmen Get the Jump and the 

Entire Freshman Team is 

Pulled Through Pond. 

The annual Bo pbo»ow »Fwl*ama 

rope-pull took place Saturday afternoon 
September 527. Tbe day was perl-d. 
ami a large audience crowded the ropes 
on either side of the pond. The llrst 
pistol cracked shortly after two o'clock, 
and the Sophomores had gained a little 
ground, wben the rope broke with a 
suddeness that sent aome hundred men 
on their backs. 

Quite a Utile tine was needed to 
bring order and discipline back into tbe 
teams, and It wm about 2-30 when the 
■tarter again fired. This lime tbere 
waa no accident, and in a very short 
while a splash announced tbe lira! 
Fresbman baptism. Fifty -tun.' others 
followed, wallowing thru tbe mire and 
continuing up the bank for several 
yards. The only Fresbman rally came 
at tin- end of fourteen minutes, when, 
with all their opponent* hi^h, but not 
dry on tbe western bank fbe Sopbo- 
mores relaxed, bat beld their ground, 
A strong guard of upper classmen pre- 
vented tbe rope from being "aou- 
venired." IWi showed vast Improve- 
ment over last Spring'* attempt, making 
the pulls together and snappy. 

Although tbe victory waa very de- 
cisive, tbe Freshmen have no reason to 
be greatly disheartened, They lacked 
tbe pulling together tbal is essential of 
a good rope-pull team, hm they ■fcaWaa 
urit. and none went thru that did not 
giaap tbe rope again and continue the 
light on tbe other side. 



M. A. C. LEADERS SOON TO 

VISIT WESTERN ALUMNI 



Dean Lewis and Willard Munaon 'Oft 

Start on Trip for Memorial 

Building Committee, 



CLASSES IN THE ALUMNI 

ORGANIZING FOR DRIVE 



Send in Many Ideas for Reaching 
Our Ooal, 



FOOTBALL SQUAD DEVELOPS 
STRENGTH-FEW OLD MEN 



PRES. BUTTERFIELD OPENS 
YEAR OF RECONSTRUCTION 



Add reaa Outline* Polleiee to be Fol- 
lowed on tbe Campus. 



On Oct. S, Dean I^ewls and Willard 
Munson '05, start on a trip for tbe Me- 
morial t'ommiitee, which should inluse 
Western uliiumi with the enthusiasm 
that already is so evident here in the 
Kast. TWO men could not have been 
chosen IB better represent the spirit of 
the College. Mr. Kama* was well 
known at M. A. C, playing varsity foot- 
ball, and being a member of the Senate. 
On tbe other hand, the versatility of 
Dean Lewis baa always made him 
popular, while at Williams, in Ma- 
jor League baseball, ami as Dean of 
Ibis College. Moreover, he has a fac- 
ulty for making any project in which 
be mav lie interested, a sueeess. 

At Cleveland, probably the lirst stop. 
an alumni meeting, headed by A. H. 
Taylor, will be beld to greet these two 
meu. At Bast Lansing, Mieb.. Dr. H.P. 
Lyman, Dean of the Veterinary IHvlslon 
of Mi Mgv sgriea'tnrel '•oii'rgc, nit 
l»e tbe leadet of ihe welcoming alumni. 
Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Haul and sev- 
eral Montana places are Included ou 
tbe Itinerary. 

Mr. Mansou will alao visit California, 
particularly Berkeley and Los Angeles, 
where Profeaaor John \V. tiregg and R. 
K. Damon lt». respectively, are la 
eharge of alumni affairs, 

Dean Lewis will not cruse the Uockles, 
but will return from Montana by a dif- 
ferent route through the Middle Weat. 
arriving In Chicago In Urn for tbe bin 
night of October S§, 

In addition to promoting interest in 
the Memorial building. Dean Lewis 
will alao spend some little time in look- 
ing over western agricultural eolbjgea, 
and studying their various methods of 
administration. Bean Lewis will be 
back on the campus In early KotriM 
her. 



Massachusetts Agricultural College 
began Its fall term officially Wednesday 
afternoon, September S4»b, at 140 
o'clock. Although several men bad 
not yel returned, the auditoritn was 
well tilled, 

Tbe meeting began with the singing 
of a hymn by fbe student body. Dean 
Mwis then read from the scripture and 
offered prayer, 

Tbe address was given by President 
llutterlield, who spoke to the assembled 
students for the first time in a year. 
He expressed his pleasure Is being able 
to be at M, A, U, again, and spoke of 
hi* difficulties In returning in time for 
< mnmencemetil last June, "foliage is 
beginning under moat unusual oircu in- 
stances, at a turning point certainly in 
our Uvea, perhaps i n the history of t he 
world. W*e welcome tbe entering ami 
returning classes, but we give special 
[OsnUa**a*aiao*!i 



HERBERT MYRICH *82 TO LEAD 
BIG SPRINGFIELD MEETING 

Connecticut Valley Alumni Aim for 

Big Saturn* for Mem oria I 

Building. 



All western alumni are invttwj to a 
lalk-li-crver meeting to be h.i.i «t the 
Broadway Grill, Springfield, at US r,m, 
Thursday.* »ct. Id. 

Herbert Myrlrk *«8 l« beading a com- 
mittee that Is enthusiastic In its daeffe 
I to put Springfield on lop In ihe Memo- 
rial Building campaign. At a recent 
luncheon, ilemili. Ol a plan of campaign 
were worked om, that, according to tbe 
aommiilee, is going to make Spriogflcld 
a pace-maker. 

President BuUerflaid will be a guest 
at ibis informal dinner, and bwvb?«1 of 
[ rant! naea oa wsasfl 



There has been nothing In recent 
years over which every Aggie man, 
both alumnus and umleruraduate, can 
become more enthusiastic and nothing 
Inward which he can belter show a 100 
percent Aggie spirit of loyalty and de- 
s. it ion, than the present campaign to 
raise •lfHt.tHHt for t lie erection of a Me 
morial liuildiiig to the 4t» "Sons of Old 
| iss:o husetts" who paid the supreme 
sacrifice in lb* worid war. 

The campaign, already under way 
among the alumni, will be launched 
on the campus among tbe undergradu- 
ates shortly. Several leaders will be 
selected ftom the student bo4f to can- 
vassthe men, each leader belog assigned 
loslx students. This is Ibougbl to be 
the liest way in which to reach every 
memiier of each class, and while the 
committee does not appeal for large 
nOTOOOOl donations, il does ask for and 
certainly has a right lo expect tbal 
every M. A. 0. man will do bis share. 

Following arc extracts from noma of 
the class letters now being sent out, 
which are typical of the feeling that 
exists among the alumni, concerning 
the campaign, 
rrom tbe 1»18 elans letter; 
"la Ibis a worth while proposition? 
Should Aggie support it f Harvard and 
Tech each want *10.4)0U,U00. Aggie 
needs tl&0,000, isn't our Alma Mater 
won by of support to this extent? Do 
t hose boys deserve a Memorial f Is it a 
good form of Memorial? Does Aggie! 
need it? ('an we afford not to make a 
success of this campaign ?" 

Tbe luuo class secretary, writing to 
tbe claws, baa this to say : 

"We now can do our further, and a 
moat active pan, by standing solidly 
lie bind the grand old college tbal gave 
us our start and to whom w* can 
never repay the debt we owe. Forty- 
nine of our college boys have paid their 
debts and lie hurled in France, that the 
good name of M. A. C, may he imnwr- 
tal. These men willingly sacrificed 
their all. Tbe sacrifice now asked of 
us. who remain, Is negligible. We eon- 
tribute a small part of l be dividends 
we have received on our college train- 
ing, back to our college to do our part 
in helping to build a fitting and a last- 
ing memorial lo those who bare made 
Ibeeupreme ■ADriftee," 

The iwifl class secretary baa this to 
say PonceFuinir what is expected of 
every "IB man: 

"Our chance lo do this is by every 
msn of us pledging, lo ihe limit of bis 
ability, money lo put up the Memorial 
Building lo tbe men of our college who 
died in service. This *1§0,000 building 
to surely worth supporting, aa surely as 
these hoys de s erve a memorial, this Is 



Forty Men Promise Competition for 
Positions and a Snappy Team. 



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I'm the Ills) lime since 1016 \g«ic 
will be represented on Ihe gridiron 
by a football eleven which promises 
lo be the equal ol any other turned out 
here, 

The coaching staff, beaded by "Kid" 
Cure IH, and assisted by Palmer ' lrt. and 
K. Grayson 17, has been hard at work for 
Ho- past two weeks with a squad of 40 
men, Which seems to be fast rounding 
inio shape. Palmer, captain of last sea- 
sou's tamp Deveiis team, will assist 
head-coach t lore for two weeks, baml 
ling tbe men In passing and kicking. 
K. Grayson, captain of I be IU10-HM7 
Aggie eleven, who to here for ihe sea- 
son, will be line coach. 

Pond '20, who put up a strong game 
at half-back on the I016-HH7 eleven. 
haa been elected captain, and will have 
four veterans of that season,!*. Grayson 
Whittle, Holmes, ami CmmmIwIu, as a nu- 
cleus around whbh to build a fast team. 
Tbe squad l» especially strong in back- 
lield material and a fast .smooth working 
combination should ha developed. Tbe 
Una, where Holmes to tbe only former 
varsity man, must be built up from for- 
mer class team material, which looks 
good and should develop aa the season 
advances. The work tbns far haa been 
largely on fundamentals, passing. Call 
log on the ball, and tackling, with aome 
shadow scrim mage* for tbe purpose of 
familiarising the men with Ihe plays 
and of correcting mistakes. To date 
p.uol and Poole have baea sbowlBg op 
well In kicking, galling away several 
it and 60 yards punts. 

There have beetaiaw injuries and mm- 
slderifift- Ihe ■prrit and enthusiasm pf 
ihe squad, there to every ruaaoo to be- 
lieve that the s eason will he entirely 
successful and (hat the team will rank 
with the boa* that Old A«gl« haa ever 
produced, 

Backttold candidates aw: 19». Ball. 
Dewing, Goodwin, Jakeraan, Moyni 
ban, Pond, and Keadio; 11*1. Whittle, 
Puoleand Lung; 1WS, Clark and Mai 
km. 

The Ha* will ho selected from the 
fallowing: 1M0, Babbitt. Daggett. 
Davenport. Grayson, Ulavin, Gray, 
nolmes, MaglBBto; 1W1. Bunker. Cas- 
rio. foiuld. Walte, King, Mackintosh, 
and Manuel! { !■», Atrbeaen, Bigelow, 
Cotton, Freeman, Ftold, Gilbert, Bran- 
ker, Stevens, Wentscb, and Walker. 

mi CLASS MUTING 

At the Junior elaae meeUa* Wednes- 
day iepi. M the following war* nomi- 
nated for ihe informal eommlltee: V, 
Newell, C, D. Kendall, R. Readio, «. M. 
King, B. Leavitt, <i . ll.Blcbards. From 
these ala, three will b» elected by the 
Undent body at as s em bly We dn e sd ay 
Oct, 1. 







■n.e^ecb^^ 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 




The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

mS'SS ! Sntraetors for I aw »* 

hxiuniH. ikh Holyoke, Mw. 



Stkh.kn Lank Fofeaxa tie*.. 

M A N IT r AOT TJMl N O J WW H I. K RH 

IWHWADWAY. N»:W YORK 

OUOU AND OOIil^BOB 
FXX9B AND KINGS * 

MIA -IVW AMD HHONH "■»*' 



WOODWARD'S 
LUNCH 

27 Main St., Masonic Building, 
Northampton, Mass. 

LUNCHES SODA IC E CREAM 

Ck$td only from l A. M. to 4 *> M. 

Writing Paper 

With Class Numerals and College Seals 

All kinds of 

Loose-leaf Book* and Fountain 
Pens, Banner* and 



^LMOSTENTIRE STUDENT BODY 
PRESENT Y. M. C. A. RECEPION 

Pleasant Evening Spent in Making 
Acquaintance* With the New and 

the Old Men. 
,. isl Frtdaj wwtog^Meo'otoek. 

weeded b, tto wtt« h-taaa 

(1;i .s,in whose honor ItfM U'ven ah 
Wl .„ as many toW»« etta* «•.**• 
.„ reluming to college ««« MTflOfl 

JO(iv . ah each man •^^J*" 
Ball dour be was aivt-n a little iWpd 
,,. (11 , which .0 write Mi ■»**. 

1 ' 1 1..-. These WtTl' 

honu - address, and class. TBefte 
pi nBed .,„,„. coat «..n,ake introdm 

I.',,, Tlll . .-v,,al hundred •tttd.Btj 

,;,;;„ gathered Lathe «>■;"";•"»«»' • »»; , 

an,, aboul u boarto «hn-h h.> l Indents 



ASSEMBLY 

[Continosd ftosi pi 



•1] 



men, "with the 
man aw atta. 1 



welcome to tto setr! 

strongest grip e»at 

Coileaei ba*e lived etoaged Ueeftdar- 

tag tto past few >ears, and must now 

make a fresh star'. 

,„ naklvgtUl start three tiling* a»e 

„,,,ssan. |T»t,eoUega aetMttob to- 

l , ll , lini , ul ,i.yl,ams,,.lul W ,Hc„ mus 
he.vl.uUt. and the old order unproved 
()l) i| poMtbl*. Theehien.uent.vetO! 
this rebuilding will he loyal support on 
the i.a.t "I all students. 

•s,eondlv. new standards of student 
elhcicney .oust he established, 'the 
lli;i , lhU Hinessot.i.e College «s .0 help 

mw study. U-ause everything, ** 
UIllviu eolleue.J,u, over all .he world 

|,ta a ehaotie ,,a.e. leader.!..,, -snow 
m ,,,,.sa.v to bring order and normal 
conditions. Much oblation in the P™ 
(lut . l . |)(nl , lt » li sleade..bipUm.wpla ( ,a 

0B e0ltag««, ineudi-.U Loth faculty and 



OWN HALL 

"Mada^^MT toes*** Mt 

Adults ISfcSetaa.lSc. Floor 18C M .ax.JJC 
( Wn9c..,ta..l0c.Hnl. tic. 8. tax. 25c 

I Elfie Ferguson and Themas 
Meishan in 

-HEART OF THE WILDS" 

H U «ed ii|HmKdtfar{telw»n> 

lllay ."l'l e ..e..l *• »'; f t l.e' 
it's a Btroint i-i-o • n «"■ 

sSsaftsssSi 

that fill the lives of tl.eU.oai 
Northwest Mountetl. 

Pathe asws__Mutt « d J * ff 
T^letofth.O«y Comedy] 



| Thursday, 
Oct. 2 



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Friday, 
Oct. 3 




J. HASTIN( 

Newsdealer and Stationer 



MARSH'S SAMIAWV 

Students 9 Furniture 

KUOS AMD CARPETS 
-B.O. MABBH aatATE - 

Buy Your 

FURNISHINGS 
AND SHOES ... 



•:- SHEPARD 



Campion's 

Clothes of Custom 
Quality 



In thi» dress-up world of ours if^ a 
„,.„. hasn't an Instinct to be dis- 
tinct he'll soon be extinct. 

Fab rics that stand out 

TaHoriJoj tnat stands up 

Properly Priced 

Campion's 

Amherst. Mass. 



, 1|llilill , iim ,, or renewing old o.,S 

(ll , N ntkftiad tttbe aattbaad ol tM 

23 ,, a -ew speee.o,. 1, • »■ 

, H i, 1 ,n,.d.heV.M.«. V.eah.n-. in- 
;;„„„.,,, tlll . „,aUe.. ea-ho, W ,.m 

M aBaiaii ibree minnus to wa. 

,,,.„!,„. HutteMieiaiitM ^eleomed.lo 

,,,-h.ne,, and ti Uft« men. bO ... 

„.,,„,„„,,„., their ahseu.-.-. am. ...1-1 

lllvi ,, Dtottna .-.en. He •-.»'-- 

si/ ,,l.l.e point. ha. Ihi>-svarl.a.l l ....ve.. 

Saini ->•--"- , ;- i ..;^ 

and .ha. b< ^ ^^ 

,.. .,,,,1.1 .ha. .harae.e, and A- 

, i„ Bleki was .he aasi »P^*j 

.„,. a «.nii. ►rmtaietlea. He -'— » 

,,,,vmanln...Ueue to « »' «*•»»" 

f „ rli ;„, athlete. o.W-hi — ....«-.>.«.- 

atleftrtftappon lb« -— " " 

:.... nu .,,..... ..-.••> -J* 

,,„,. a. .he ga»ee, bat .-•""' 

...ental-PPortand a ^'^;['\ 

1(f e.couragement. II !• iaa * 

, ted a btba-4 .teatbjJJ 

!hnl art . lonuer r.-,o,o..e.ed than.h- 

..adlw lbl»g« ,,,; " brt *" "" l, ' xn '" ] 

,p, ri | and make ... a,,pree,a te 
se,ie deeper .ban iu 

X atoll lalb was then l»^ ^ 

n« pai r. footi.aii <-';• ;;; 

. w „h-h b« ,.r..ph M ied »i.^-;;; ^ 

lie pointed out ttofael 

W than for many y.rs peat and thai 
Ito.-rt-l.lw-.". "-• «J«J 

roB d followed i.... with a itott i» 
,,,.,,.,.,0 lalkaa m.^i ; m tb« >i««.a. 

,,. .poke wrll.t'.'l..- point. 0mfUto 
t it..- traek team, «•»"»« l "' x, 
wi.haf.wwonls. Ctafto •!**• «« '"« 
.,,a.e. and Mr Itand afgad every on. 
to gJ ve bl. -.P«-rt ... mH.-athle.H.- 
Mr . Kinder eh,«d lb. M of -peake - 
with M«* words f«« the ^ H. O. •* 

Mtis." and Ito grtaettag »'f<»ke np. 



iHlent!-. 

"FloaUy,W« must endeavor to nra*» 
ttl eh-.«.dealKo...u....lleue. \\emust 
be trtte tO name, and loyal to the pn, 

po | the ins.nnf.on. which .s to pm- I Satur day, 

„„.,. Mf toaltttHdbTt». art wolaied I 
; , ;;; | ; U .,,. ta l t«. eW«e», unders«a«d-|| Oct. 4 

tag and capable of taklaf a pan to 

naiional alfalrs. «,i,.„ -a 

... nu . ,,„„. | IH » now eomo when we 

mm{ ,,-a.p «hese ptt»^l. TMf 

»ce plUb tM., .on.uuetivethinkinK 

and eons, an H.peraf.on are needed. 

Thet'o.mer It I W- ^'^"IZ 

ple .1y,tol .bus. • Who criticise wUhft 
||m . |( . ,,,. ;i ,., ,,, llt . riog .n^w.are 
l)W Cc-oaexatKrt> !■ <»« ^ t. our 

, le.nci.i.w.a,,..,, Nto* «»'7^ l, f' r i 

.„,,,„ I. to b« ...ined. II .lo-setwo 

Stag,, I- Ihinkinuandeo., 

Bl:lll( , ...operation, are .....owed.au I 

vea. can he assured.*' 

,.„„!,,,,.. BrttetnaM alee aaaoaaead 

.WehuUd-nuofaW Wi "ulbl.ng .n 

lh „ Iiear fu.n.e.and .poke of the pr-, 

poaad Memorial Italldlug. ' '■^"j| 

wltbtba latter, he read a poem, we 
| N ,,.he Head-, writ., n i.x a inrmer M. 

1 J , laatraetoi to atctarta totewevia 

alldtfg p»Jt ,. 

v|llI Piertdert itatierfeld s address. 
lh( .,.,,,,,,o„|.wa-»n.ml»eau Lewis 

,« ,t i» few notices regarding sludu*. 

and a -hurt mas. meemig followed. 



Monday, 
Oct 6 



VMmn Mmrtln in 

HER COUNTRY FIRST" 

Mat » war i»lsy. bat the lively I 

belpbatae i«tn''" r - 

V«d-a-vil Movie* 

"Are WdlrwM. ****}" 

(Maes Semiett < omertf) 

Fraak Melaiyra and Boris 
,T "" Keayaaln 

••Tie Trawling Salesman 

rron. tae iwumN i »i*yrt 

. h „ „,„,.• name, lo w "" u 
!.oL*iv >u><i ewaaare kaH 

p|ty blfiiile.1 

Fata* Mows 

14tbKp."TaoHaBofrUtat" 

BaroU UaH C—dy_ 

C«41 B. neMUIe*» production 
Is Sparta. I 

"The Squaw Man" 

, with Kim.tt Drater. K»th«r- 

I. It %. win Milt.m lioyI« 

U litfcrte laiaaat km.i -f 
;«i!I,si"r.e,i..n .«J-»«":I 

,!,..» iUKl hmnor. 



|*BMB5WSf** 



SPWNGF1BU) MEETING 

t cBBttmwd ft— e» e* ' ' 



HpflagtoM ■ b 
have been nm' 




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,.roHiiiienl elU«e»« 
A large all« 



l« e*p«rt*l. w m%Q J 



I ..line, ticti! Val 



nn .ni haie already repl.ed to the 
preHrninary .nDoane«a«l of *• «- ' 

ln |his8pr1»ffitl«» awiatittto «.«-w- «< 
HerUrl Mjrick ^chairman: « heo- 
d^g. Baeoa W; Charles A. A » •=■ • 
{n . wahh, D. Barlow <«'■ &** 
fMi „»; Carl A. Shnte *1»; ami .1 
plekaoe Blrcbard 11. 



M.A.C. STOCK JUDGING TEAM 

WINS AT SPRINGFIELD 

First. Beeond and Third todleidaal 
Prices Also Come to Aggie. 
M ^ t won ibrlnliTcolleglateStock 
,„j B i„a fonlesl ai Hpringtleldon tb« 
flrstdaj eltto tu««o w««. r.*pn«- 
lmnh> toMatttaai hundred po.nts. 
Indlrldaally. the tnemhers look first, 
^eondandfourlh pi are-. 

Thisisthetlrs. eoutes. that has beet, 

held in eo.aa.ttoi wi.h •f^f" 
glales EspealttWh a"' 1 lt ■"*• cred ,lB 
blethat M. A... sbomld bar. won 
Teams from New Hampshire and Con 

^taot competed, and tmishcd se«nd 

md third respeettyeiy. 
l)nH otafttei of mt H.ork were judged. 

Tbfsa..... team will prohahly romp.!* 
, ... V. i K.mlaml l»airy JmlgtoB eoa- 
',,., .I UN r.roektui. Fait ..nlleluUr*!. 
, .-„.. laid forthl- team aU» to com- 
pats in tb« KatUmal lntereolle B ial 
( -;,..tertattto Krthnftt Itory Sbowlq 
fjblcajfo e.u Oetobet «th. provided the 

oecess-U> fmid^. in !m* obtained, 

.. taaai eoaslsti ..I the following 

M named in the order of ibelr rank 
at SpriDgOeld | K. II. Taylor m, K. K. 
Uarrey '2U, and A. C Williams *». 



enable everybody to at- 

Vaturday etening perturrn- 

""" , i u f [lowing sehedule ba. 

;;::; ^ r ;anu, f d for, aS.rday evenings- 

***** •^Sto^ia^UI 

two coeeptote *•*-*.» avemUsi. ' 

to §!*•» «* erjr Sat ° r **A' 'J l the 
the ftrst starttojj at a-45 aa4 «a 

irrond at S'SO. 

if,! to^sto?- rt ^ PTfonnenre. 

Soi ««ea aaaa at a^S. C«n« 

•***"*- SCHEDULE 

n " ^r- i-i ^«- H 

..,_ s^n «ewsW*eslr 

ffiS1^it«i»^ 



l#4&. End i 



NIGHTSHIRT PARADE AND 
SCRAP SUCCESS FOR SOPHS 




Seven Minutes Ample Time For 
Older Men To Strip 1923. 

Thursday evening al 7-tM) i heFre^lnnen 
'olats assembled in the Drill Hall for the 
M'.ond time in twenty-four hours. While 
the Sophmores beat a lattoowilli their 
paddles the Freshmen with sbaky lin- 
gers put on their nightshirts. Alter 
eftob Fretihman hail been carefully ex- 
amined and checked off he was sent to 
the northwest corner of the hall, ac- 
companied by many jeers and shouts. 
Sever*! Sophomores gave the Freshmen 
well needed advice ami information. 
The following men spoke. J. Lyons, 
Bo wen, A. W. Smith, Clark and Gas- 

kill. 

At the conclusion of these short 
talks the Sophomores formed a double 
line across the Drill Held. One by one 
ea.h Freshmen ran the gauntlet of 
swinging paddles, with his hand* held 
protect ingly behind him. 

The Freshmen were ncM formed in 
doulded line and marched to <he cet.ui 
,.| Fresh men Field where a roped 
space was kepi clear for the class sera p. 
Both elasses formed circles, tbe Fresh- 
men inside the Sophomores. Al a pis- 
tol shot each class moved one to I he 
right the ottol to the left. At a second 
shot the Hues broke and for seven 
ni miles ft maiJ-to-mau light took place. 
The Freshmen captured only a hall 
dozen S.iphoiiioies and penned I hem. 
but the Sophonmres captured nearly 

Iwodosea Freabosea. Beetdee ihi«40or 

more nightshirts were ripped entirely 
..II lloir owner's hacks. Ilv .he rules 
,,| tbe ii.niisl (he litiht closed at the 
end ol the seventh minuuie and ihe 
polnlK counted showed I" -lions 

by a large margin. 

An amusing in. idem in the s« lap « :is 
tin- eaptuie ..I "Kbl" t,,i. * ouch 
liore was walking amongst the Bopbo- 
inores on the lookout for f.ml piny . 
Without warning he was siuhlenly pin- 
ned from beblftd and tto uiutneiii 
Freshiuen husiled him SSttW the In-ld 
straight for ihe |.en. When nearly al 
the pen the Freshman discovered his 
mistake ami yet still iuuo.eui as ... 
"Kid's" class he promptly delivered 
a farewell boost with a nu 

shoe « oaeli < is BO M Ito WOMt 

for bis rejuvenation, 

I lie final s< ore ciediied the Sopbo- 
mores with eiglitytlve and Ihe Fresh- 
men with for.yoiie (loints. 



the Sophomores who ininiediatel\ sent 
Wench out to oppose him. The big 
Freshman lilt pre 1 1 v strong al lirsl and 
after a bitter si ruggle managed in down 
his opponent. Wench came back in the 
second and third matches and skillfully 
brought his adversary to ihe mat. 

Boweu *SS was the ne.\l man on the 
mat. Uis Freshman opponent Ifobot 
showed a line spirit and was not downed 
until Ihe sixth minule. Molmr easily 
won Ihe second round. As the Sopho- 
mores had already won, no thiol match I 
was necessary between these tWO men. 
Krasker '22 met a plucky man in 
lluhbard. lie did not win the first 
match until two minutes ..ve.inie had 
bieii allowed and in the second match 
he Weill the full lout minutes l"i ■ de- 
cision. Krasker showed exceptional 
ability and coolness all ilii.umh the 
match. 

White "22. I>\ his exceptional .|iiick- 
ness, managed to win hi- two matches 
over Sherman all hough t be Fteslitiian 
showed a line spirit in his wrestling. 

The one l.righl spot from the Fresh- 
man siewp'.int was when t hei. siar.llalc 
came to the mat w it h an ex pel unceil 
look of deleiininatioii. Hi <|u'uh ly 
downed Hollin- 22 ... two matches. 

The sununarv : 
Wench "22 vs . Nowcis 'SS,eroa hy Weii.h 
Uowen 22 vs. Mohor '2.1, U nlinished.lie 

Krasker II vs, Hubi.ar.i 18, woe bj 
Krasker 

White '•_'_* v-.sli.iman '2:'., won l.v Wlm. 
It.illnis '22 vs. Hale '_»:;, won l.v Hale 

Tourname.it :Sopboiaores 8, F" shmftft 

1 one draw. 




We have opened a 



NEW SHOE STORE 



Come and look over our 



Complete New Stock 



Expert Repair Work Done 

SHOE SHINE STAND 



WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 
WON BY soi'lluMORr CLASS 



FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE SHOWS 
FAST DEVELOPMENT OF SQUAD 

Team A Wins Con tost by Score of 10 
to 0. Fond Scores All Points. 
I pftcfa to.re put two team- V md 15. 
of the varsity squad Ihroiiuh ito ln*t 

scrimmage of the *.•; BfttBfdfty aft- 

.-in. ...11 Oft Muiiini Field. h-.un A 

Won, ltl to It. on a i.iu, li.h.w 11 and Held 

goal, tot b scores belai mad.- t.y Food. 

Poole and Pond. >.l the I. am \ hack- 

tiei.i, w,ii! tafoagli B •• i.ne t.«r several 

good gain*, the 1..10 l.di.w 11 befog tii.td.- 
on straight line plunging. LaWSItdoW- 
ski. of team II. was 1 he onlv on,- aide to 
gain gr»»und tbn»0gb the f I r — t string 
line. I'ond ami (Jrayson ••• 1 
giMMl fon-ward pauses tbs •' 1 •• foog 
gains for team \. PftftftlllM ferolfalde 
were frequent 1 i.itk. ijuniterback ol 
t, ;*ui U, sustained an rftjnrj to bis sbottl- 
del in ihesreoiid period which will keep 
him out of ihe game I .1 a lew d 
The line-up: 



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Bouts Bring to Idgtat Unexpected 
Ability and Knowledge In Both 

Classes. 
On last Wedeeedft) evening a large 
[proaettlas of the student body assent' 
(bled in the Drill Hall to witness the 
[first scrap between the Fneabrarn ami 
.phoinores. The Freshmen arrived at 
[lbs ball "en roas»e" for Hie Hist lime in 
[their acw beaddr^. Tbey were ft Httle 
[shaky at ilr*!,hut when they found ihe 
IJunlurs ehei-rlttg for them they nave 
• one pretty lively ebeetl and ftTOtda ef 
jelp to their men. The BopbofBOfeS 
rere on band with their domineering 
,*ia spirit and although they wire a bit 
optical an to the Fieshman ability 
iey placed utmost eonHdeece In tbelr 
ien. 
For the itr*. match the Kndiini'ii seal 
Ihetr president ,JJoweie,ld Ito rmu. Ilu 
ippearanee was gTeeled with glee by 



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Daggett, e 
GlaTln, rg 
King, it 
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Whittle, rl.i. 
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PACKEKS AND POULTRY DHI-SM «S 

v\ 11..1 i.^vr 1 list > 

Beef, Mutton. Ijimb, Veal, Pork. Hams. Itscon, Sau- 
sages, Poultry, (tame. Butter, Cheese, 
l-ggs, Olive Oils. 

Ill.i. k- i.. n. S..rth and S-.rili I • '», 

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Dealer in Fertilizers and Fertilizer Material 

HIOGIN» OT «U»»ELL I* 

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PRINTERS, 



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1920 INDEX NOTICE 

A few eopbM "I tlto h'-ltr are still 
uv.iilahle, Bern e in I -t on I) « few are 
leli. Gel them from Campbell Kit at 
the l'hi Mgma Kappa Uouae. 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

PnblUhed every Tnesdny evening 
b» the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOARD OF EDITORS. 

.,. M1 ..r.MA,.,.,s'A,. K,m ( . 1 ,i.H..i.f 
.Io.in A. CfcAWWMD m »»««"« E,,Uor 



Abbociatk Eijitobb. 



OWM1 l». W....I.WAU1. JO. 
GKOBAB W. El.MAN '21. 

KnltKKT L. iO*W W 

Kl NNK1II A. UUtNAHI' "« 
H.iltSlil W. SlHISli II 



Hl-SISKSK IlKI'AIU'MUXT. 
,;K.. 1! ..KM.rAMi-..K.. -iO. H«Mn«-» 8 Manager 

.Li <ivkh*2I CtrculMlon Manager 
in urn itr U <Jkkk »« 

BVKHKTI < PWBt<»" -1 
BMUt M. i.lN.HAM 'W 



Subscription R2.00 per year. Single 
copies. 10 cents. Make all order* paya- 
ble to The IVUseechueette Collegian. 

In case of change of addreas, sub- 
scribers will Please notify the bualness 
manager as soon as possible. 

Entered M Mcnd-Heei matt.r at the Amherst 

,U • of BOW .-re- ided fOf hi ^tion 11M. Art 

.,,„,, „L.i«t antnottoe a u *«*t ».««* ■ 

The Memorial Campaign. 

ThU i-ampsdi."' ***** "**' n * l,M, * y '" 
NCfiM funds tef a Manorial lluilding 
|a xvl.ho.ua doubt. I he most algniticanl 
,,; m|l!lii: npverlaHn«h < .dl,> Aggie men. 
1, iM.i.Muli.ant.llrsi. because it BMH 

llu . amttot; el rfce -«.«« Rule* »«4 

:i ,,,,ro P rlMe fonii of numorial possible 
„, „„. ,,„,rage«u*so„i,... Ma-a.-buMMts 
wllll ,!,-l. luring the world war. It will 
,„. a magniih-riti tribute to iheir aacri- 
He, \ tribut.* worthy ofthememn 

W l lmnot HU l»el»g erected. It will 

knno sttte f<* generations i he aptrlt of , lpat |qtiarters aim 
J f n ,e„ who did *» «ueh fortheUlHairtl dubs is gener.llj In the 
.tmlenl activities on the campus. II is „„,„, „, i,„ manager'. The same is l 
-lanldcMl a 1 "'* hecauae It means the .., , h ^ „ lftna «™ of 
a( ,dMion of a building very much need. 
e ,i ves. badly needed and whi-h hi not 
ukelvto be aecured through state ap- 
propriations. This building issignlfl- 
caot b»r yet another reawn fully as 
im , M ,rta!itaa those jnil mentioned. R 
„«,„, there will he. for the fimi lime. | 
„ltable place for the alumni «o get to- 
„ %hK r on the remfiw. » will he a 
^...n meeting around f«r alumni and 
.indents and « etrtain in bring the r 
mttm% * doaer together. It 1. ta-ed lo 
bring hack the tide of eoUeg* life from 
IMnaent street to the center of the earn- 
,„,, where it formally and rightfully be- 

Another campaign for fund., t» 
matter (or what BtMeeM, «•• matter bow 
»l K niHeant, bow .iB|-.rfanl.h«w bnne- 
£.1. «y »- a« Hrs, 1^^ 

„„« more inipenttta* on »ui «™l nature 

, llf ., u r,„t that- it cannot mean that 

% u „l» man The nalrll of 
in a true \u«»e man. r 

pride entere. in to make these st.Wr.p- 



pleasure, a source of self-satisfaction In 

the dead. 

The Senior class when they entered 
,„ the fall of Iftifl were met 1>> M 
appeal fol IM* for the Alumni All.- 
letie Field and they met the issue by 
pledging the largest sum of any class 
I hen in college. It was a job well done 
and they have looked back upon that 
event with pride ami satisfaction ever 
since. They feel thai it was one ol the 
best things which tl.e class has done 
(lurine Ua college career and thej 
should do their best to keep up t*« 
reputation in this present 6*rapnign. 
it the elass el fctBRcsn resilee. to »nj 

BStent at all, the gra.iliea.ion whi-h 
every member of 1020 fell after success- 
fully meeting the ehallenge for sub- 
Heiiption to the athletic liehl. they wl 11 

bend every effort pnmlhle to nsinMton a 

Hlmilar.ecordnow. Alright Freshmen 
lets see »OU do it! Von men of 1931 
ami USI -how us you can make .he 
Kreshmen hustle fol the noBOin! 

some bard hea.le.l alumnu* may say . 
v memorial to our heroes U :. line thing 
and a building is I splendid kind o| 
memorial, but why not put up al.ln.m 

,„• .vmnasium whhh will he of M 

me That is jus. l he point we want «o 
U,,,^,,,,,. There tin,, building which 

is absolutely seeded were then the one 

, ir „poMMi. The proae.it billiard room II 
emirelv toO small. p,H,rly lighted end 
poorly ventilated: there is no pla.e any- 
where on the campus for a man In play 
eattte; the library il ton crowded to 
afford room for comfortable rending ... 
easv chai.s: should ■ man eare to do 
a„v bowling he n.us. march all the 
way down town: and fre.p.en.ly one of 
,l„. , w „ lower dasi*s la driven out m 

,he S,»cial rntoo B ns .o permit tN 

Senior dean «» hold a mce.ing or 
smoker. The B«MU and Vdelph.a 
,„eel In various places whknevei 
happen to be the m««t c«uvenienl at the 
,t me . The Collegian in Ms course of 
eiuanaioii has o.ugrown Us present 
loadquarters and the ontM el the 

nie 
oTihc "mannien «» the verity lenmt. 
Shall we allow such a conditio,, to 

,-on ti nue •.' 

\\> are entering a petted d roend- 
atraettoa, readjuslraent, and l«H«r 

» .i m. « i.i. I, will niiutiilaie her* 
organisation whlc n win 

at M K. C, a flnet. .tr.o.ger. MM '">•' 

\ eti ie »pirit than has ever Iweo W ...... I 

Uefure. Thle new apirlt, loyalty. and 

..nthuslaafn m»t and will carry this 

drive t» a au«e«diil and glorious Helen. 

Ul , aptotw, students of M, \ ' to 

prove with onr p,H-keilHs,ks that we 

want ami »«»«»»< to haw this memonal 

building and then without question the 

R l„mnt will hack «* np and in mrn 

. ir „ ve they loo want l« have such , ,„e- 

m „ rlBl , j»id someone any : 1 11 pledge 

fire hundred dollars? WWiomI, 



We extend this welcome especially to 
the elass of 1923 for you are the men 
who must bring Aggie customs au.uu 
into prominence, develop the college 
activities to a brondef, Mghet slate of 
perfection than ever before, and again 
make the reputation of Aggie teams 

Hog throughout N'ew England, ron 

are the men who will bring new lite. 
„ew enthusiasm, new hleas to Aggie, 
a „d it is expected that you W-ll develop, 
as you go through college, a leadership 
worthy of Aggie traditions. 

The lirsl thing, men of 1988,1* for you 
to get a clear understanding Ol the joh 

ahead of yon end then pat your nose to 
the grimUu.ne and push with all the 
energy and enthusiasm that is In you. 
Don't forget to tackle the studies hard 
for they are the rooel important item on 
the list: then choose the activities, 
athletic or non-athletic, which you like 
best, and strive to make your mark. 
Sow in the time, if ever, to develop the 
qualities of leadership and of clear, 
logical thinking, and there is no better 

wav to obtain thle end than to gel lele 

BOO* nctlvlty ami try to boeel Aggie. 
Every member of your class down to the 
la* man should do his level beat to 
help M- AC. regain he. feet in this 
Ural normal year following the war. 
Theae who do most for the ineeeae of 

their Alma Mater, derive the m..s. beii- 
Hit from eollege lite, and those men 
who hold the biggest pOflttlOM on the 




Our label doesn't cost^you a 
cent ! 

Yet it guarantees satisfaction 
throughout the long, long life of 
the garment. 

Moneybmci if you want it. 

Th* beet of everythlna college men wear. 

SperUl "Shoppins ierrtea'* 
far orden by mail. 

Roc.kks Pert Company 



Brondwny 

at i:?th St. 

liroadway 
at Warren 



'The 
Four 
Colliers" 

NKW VI IKK < rrv 



Broadway 

at 341 h St. 

Filth Ave 

at 41*. m 



enieptte t.nlny are thong who have 
worked hardest for Aggie. »»n the 
other hand, esery m»n who fails to take 
bis share In college life delays the 

progrcs-ot i he institution just M '■ 

The upperclass men ami the alumni 
are looking to you men of WSs with 
hopeful . v,eetancy. M-ow uv i ha. our 
trust in IOOT emcee * is well foun-led: 



SIMPLICITY 



oi mi 



[ud Slinging." 



LAVAL 



Welcome »«renh»en, 
The Ot.t.eoi*» eatenda a moat 
L^rtjand sineere web-ome "•«»»•'»•'' 
men and women at M- *■ C. H* 1-"- 



There appeared laat spring in several 

„| the eollege nr^I'M'" »• New 
Knglaud, articles depleting the ngly 
feelings that had arisen between frater- 
Blttat Oi thei. respective campuses. 
The moel of the tr.mble wai oxer inter- 
fra.erniiy conference rules and inud- 
slinglng'. liisagreemcnt in a gieadi ..t 
leee amount concerning the .imference 
mien in normal on a eaiuptis. and Is to 
Iw expected. » ul "mud^linging" la 
irtihoughllcss and can easily be avoided, 
nn this campu*. disagreement over 
rules ban heretofore been »atisf»cinry 
adjusted, but I he prying, underhanded 
evil of uiiid-slinging has not, In Ihe 
peat, been absent, 

It is certain that fraternities (hat fol- 
fnw a poiNrj ol mud-slinging will 
auoner or later feel the sting id their 
own remarka. Hut the nowi eutting 
affect falls on i be college body. Though 
tin- tir^t disturbance* may smooth over, 
they will hn\e |.r»paie.l a seedbed for 
farther dtactwaion. Mnp e nt ed attacks 
of tbtidtwnaewiU tend to disorganl«e 
ihe intemai nffnlra of a wllege. 
This cidlege, in H» ptewtil stale *rf half 
iiiiertatedaoppoTt of college ■ctlvllle* 



simpliei.y in eream separator .in- 
struction avoids wa*te and »nkea 
poaslble quick and easy handling of 

milk. 

The I*e Laval Cream »e|»araUir la 
remarkably simple. Thousands of 
Ik* Lavals are mn and cleaned by 
children every day. 

This simplicity means long life and 
freedom from repairs, and la the out* 
eome of over forty yearn off unqnea- 
t toned leadership in cream separator 
inventing, developing and perteettng. 

Even part has been developed io 
its highest degree of «iinplicity cou- 
pled with effh !. m | ami the lie Uaval 
has earned f"> '-elf the name of 
being "the world's standard eepa- 
mtor.** 

More lie Ijvais are In bm then of 
all other make* combined. 

Hee .fee towil l» bavmt «*ni. w, If 
t„u rtnn't tknie» him. writ* t« Ihe 
nM mt !»• Unl o»rt. H ls»taw, 



THE K UML SEPARATOR 

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AMHERST VARIETY MME 





" ANNOUNCEMENT ^^ 

I, willl be impossible to scknow.edge the receipt of Individual pledge, during 

m0n T„e y JuSTe. .ckaowledged tan.edfa.ely a. .be ^^£g** 
iney ww » MEMORIAL BUILDING COMMITTEE. 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



ONE OF OUR FORTY-NINE 

(AS TOLD IN A LETTER TO HIS MOTHER) 
By A BROTHER OFFICER 




I CAME to the 23d Infantry early in August; at that 
time your son had been with the regiment but a short 
time. I was immediately attracted to him by his sunny 
disposition and ever-present sense of humor. He always 
had something bright to say and always had a smile. He 
talked much of home and the loved ones left behind. I 
had known hi n but a short time before he showed me your 
picture and that of his fiancee. These he carried in his 
pocketbook, and I ■shot you he looked at them often; 
he also always < trried with him a small Testament, which 
he frequently read. 

"He had tucfa a winning personality, that being a 
father myself and much older than he, 1 could not (I am 
thirfy-.six y-ars old) help calling him 'Son/ and he in 
return always called me 'Pop.' I tell you these things 
that you may understand the relationship between us 
.nrl that you may appreciate that, in a small measure, I 
feel and know keenly what his loss means to you. 



I.II.IT, Wahhi.n S IIvihiwaV. '-'ii 
Killcd m Action, N..\. yn.n S, 1918 



"We made a Banking movement to the left which 
brought us to the edfpe of the woods and here the fire was 
so Intense that we were obliged to lie flat on the ground. I heard a lau<*h beside me and turned 
my head to-timl it was Son. 

'* 'Some bullets. Pop,* he said, and laughed again; he actually seemed to enjoy it. An instant 
after, I heard a dull thud and without moving, and with scarcely a change in expression, he said, 
'They've got me; don't you move, or they'll get you.' 

"You see, even then, he gave no thought to himself. I looked over and saw a hole through 
his overcoat through the shoulder blade about an inch from the point of the right shoulder. It 
was not bleeding much and he remained perfectly conscious, though 1 could see he was in pain. 
I took off his belt and light pack and asked if there was anything I could do. He nodded his head, 
'No.» 

"For some minutes he lay there on his stomach, his eyes closed; then he said, ' lieutenant, 
if I don't come back will you send my p >cketbook and diary « » my mother?' I told him I would 
and asked him where they were. H « said, * 1 n my blouse.* In reply to my question as to whether 
or not he wanted me to get them, he said, * No.' 

"His funeral, held on the 5th of November, 191m, at J.imi p.m., was a military funeral due an 
officer of our army. There was a military band of thirty-five pieces; his casket in the hearse was 
covered with an American flag, on each side of which was a firing squad, Myself and the other 
officers of this hospital were pallbearers. In \)vj funeral procession were one hundred wounded 
enlisted men who were able to walk, some of whom probably had served under him. At the 
grave, Chaplain Beebe gave the blessing. Three volleys were fired over the grave by the firing 
squad. Taps were sounded and your son laid at rest in the American Military Cemetery, situated 
in Mesves-sur-Loire, Niervre, Prance." 



Your Memorial Building PWge Ii NeedH NOW. 



MML TO— THE TREASl'RF.R - • M AUSACni'SETTs \(,HK I LTtRAI. COLLEGE A M II E EST, M As S. 



1919. 
Por Value Received. 1 gladly promise io pay to the order of THE ASSOCIATE ALUMNI OF 

THE MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ihe mm of 

I )ollnrs, in four equal installment >i as follows;— on January 1, 1OT0, July 1, 1W0, July 1. 1931, and July 1, 19ft. 

Payable at the office of Ihe Treasurer of the Maesat tllli't Hw Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. 

Reserving I lie right of anticipating payments and of paying the whole or any portion of the principal 
Jiefnre maturity. 



CLASS 



ADORE 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



KEEN APPRECIATION OF 
BUILDING PROJECT SHOWN 

Many Men Have Sent in Their Sub- 
scriptions Before Due. 

The following are some of the Aggie 
Alumni and friends of the college who 
have already endorsed the Memorial 
Building Campaign by their contribu- 
tions: 

Harold Aiken '10 
G. Howard Allen MJS 
Frank A. Anderson '18 
Frank L. Arnold '91 
tjuincy A. Bagg "19 
\V. S. Baker 14 
Edward W. Barrel t V7 
H. 1). Barnlow '18 
George W. Barton 1M 
Carlton I). Blanchard "lit 
K. N. Boland 12 
II. B. Bond '19 
Kichard D. Bond 'H7 
Arthur N. Bowen 19 
C. A. Breti 'II 
S. C. Brook* iu 
V. Howard Brown "00 
Kliot M. Buffum lit 

A. N. Bullard 'i:i 
Henry J. Burt 19 
John H. Burt, t'ii.1. 
1». H. Hut trick 17 
V. 1). Callahan '19 
Jam Carpenter, Jr. 12 
T. M. Carpenter 12 

J. H. Carver 'IS 
Arthur L, Chandler 19 
Hubert I). thiHholm 19 
Athertou Clark 77 
William A. Clones 18 
h. A, Cohen 15 
VY, K, Cole "18 
Koberi II. Collins 19 
II. U irane '00 
Kaymond A. Cuihlng 1« 

\ U I)wy *»8 
l^on B. Uamon '15 
II. W. Dim •■>" 
8, Lm Davenport ft 
IJoyd 6. Davies "14 
Ralph K. Davis 14 
W. E. Davis 14 
tieorge A. Day 1". 
V. W, nempaey '17 
V, A. Dickinson 1!' 
John Dlser 17 
K. Stanley Duflill 17 
K. C. Edwards 14 
George II. Kills 
Bena G. Krbard 19 
(Jeorue E. Krlckson 19 
Quasar E. EricksuH '19 
Myrton r, Evans 19 

Edward 8. Faber "19 
Ambrose C Passat ' 19 
Paul Faxon 10 
Ralph W. Fearing 17 
Harold C. Fellows Ml* 
S. B, Ferrbw *1» 
WiitaB D. Field 'X9 
J. T. FtuBiif an *!§ 
V. A. Fogg 19 

F. H. roster '8* 
Frederick Fowler 'iff 
J, Dodley French 18 
Gordoa Fulton *W 
Earl A, Oarde 19 
Mary «. Garvey 'If 
R. U . liaskill *ll 
Thomas £,€*JMr*M 
Arthur W. Gilbert *IM 
J. K. (hjldlhwait "M5 

G. L, Goodridge I* 
Clin loo F. Goodwin 'IB 
Charles H, OooW *18 
Fred D, Griggs "I§ 
Leon 8. Griswold "17 
Baiil F. Gttba IB 

(3, M, Hager *1« 
Howard U, Hamilton "IB 
Erneal Hansen. Un« 1 
H, J. Harlow *fl8 
l»aul S, Harlow '17 
Kthel l„ Harris *19 
R. W. Harris *14 

B, R, Hart well 'It 
Baawtll W. Harvey '!§ 
Frank K. Haskell '10 
H. T. Match '13 



A.E. Hendry '18 
A. W. Higgins '07 

E. W. Uigging '14 
«;. II. Higgins '17 

F. B, IIHIh 12 
Benjamin E. Hodgson '19 
Kichard L. Holden '17 
Francis 8. Holt '17 
Ralph T. Howe 19 

J. G. Hutchinson '14 
L. H. Jacobs '14 
Charles H. Jewell '19 
S. C. Johnson '19 
Nathaniel N. Jones H2 
I'erley H. Jordan *10 
Edmund I>. Kclscy 17 
Fred C. Kennty 
Clinton King '07 
I'riscilla Knowlton '19 
Walter B. Lancaster, I'. <;. 
Millonl EL Laurence '17 
I). S. Levine 'IH 
Anna Liebman '19 
J. B. Lindsey Kl 
A. B. Loring '17 

A. F. MacDoiiRa.il '18 
EL B. Mackintosh 'HO 
J. A. M acinic '13 
William J. Mahoney '18 
Charles (i. MaUoon 'lit 
Arthur M. McCarthy 19 

Ray McKei hnie '15 
W. II. McKee '19 
Herbert K. McKac '1* 
I), t). Merrill 17 
E. J. Montague 'la 
T. J. Moreau 12 
W. A. Munson 'Of, 
C. S. Nauss "i*2 
I), T. Newbold '19 
Leslie II. Norton '14 

G. B. Palmer '16 
John P. Parker 14 
Robert H. Parke 19 
S. II. Parker '04 
Ernest B. Parmenler '!."» 
L. II. Patch '19 

M. C. Pat leu '15 
R. E. Patterson i"» 

George W*. Paulsen 'Hi 
Roland A. Payne 14 

B. W. Peakes'06 
tieorge \. Peek '19 
John R. Perrv '98 

C. A. Peters '97 
K. W. P.Mile 90 
I. C. I'oole 90 
Charles II. Preston '88 
C. Frederick gui'uhy 17 
Julian 8. Rea 19 

R. W. Redman 
E. F. Mchardson *«7 
J c. Itu-hardsnn 
K. J. Robinson '18 
Look W. Roas 17 
L. V. Itowe '16 
Murray Ruggles '91 

E. 8. Russell "in 

B. C. L. Sander *18 
l^ewisScblotterbeck *16 
W. R. Sears II 

K. II. Shaw '07 
Helen A. Sibley *19 
14. B. Simon '1ft 
Fred A. Smith «t 
Uou K. Smith "14 
Philip H. Smith *97 
Edward B. Snell *0B 
A, W, SpMldlug *17 
Irving B. Stafford 19 
P, F. Staple* '04 

C. M. Stearns '17 
K.8. Stock well. Jr. 19 
Edward Strack 19 
Ralph Sutherland 19 
Allen N. Swain *Q6 
Durellt Swan '16 
William J. Sweeney '19 

F. D. Thomas *19 
U. F, Tomption '06 
Alfred Tower 14 
W. H. Tower IS 

(i. H.Trider, fuel, 
Bertram Tupper '01 
u. w. Tappet *I2 

Benjamin Vcner *18 
John Tickers '19 
Ralph A. Waidron '10 
Ralph J. Walls "07 
W. J. Weaver '11 
H. J. Wheeler »« 
C. L. Whllaker 08 
K. A. White *19 
Joseph F. Whitney '17 
Alfred E. Wilklna *lfi 

ft, B, Willard 'W 
John D, Willard 
Kenneth S. Willana '19 
Raymond R. Wlllonghby "19 
Chester S. Woodard *19 
Harland 8, Worthley 1» 
John Yesair "Itf 




HERE 

Is the place for you to buy your 
clothes while you are in college. 
We have had over thirty years' 
experience in selling goods to 
college men at reasonable prices. 
For every dollar that you spend 
here you get full value, and re- 
member that our goods make 
good or we will. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

iVtiu know what they are) 

$35.00 and up 

Other good makes from $20 up. 

Largest stock of Convertible 
Collared Shirts in the state. 



Interwoven Sox — best 
made for halt a dollar. 



sock 



Leather Coats 
$23 up 



Sheep-lined Coats 
$14 up 



Leatherette Coats 
$23 



F. M. THOMPSON & SON 

Good Clothes for College Men 



E. Frank Coe's Fertilizers 



»«• u • P»f, a** 



Will help you secure "a create* yield lm 
every fieM." 

They have been the business (aimer's sUn- 
tfartf tar vm start? yean aat are more progressive 
ft* ww. 

It you will tell us the crops which you in- 
tendtoraiseUiisyearwewillbeflaitoi«a4 
you our new books on soils and fertilizers. 

Ask us about our atjency proposition. 

The Coe-Mortimer Company 

SI Quakers St, New Y«rk Or 



1)c Hooic linn 

Eats, Candy, Tobacco, Students* Supplies 

— •ERVICC 



"TOrMSl 



YOUR FIRST REGRET 

Don't let it be thut you failed to buy your 
first College luibertlu.sbery ut th<» right plnee. 



Y. M. C. A. HANDBOOK AGAIN 
GUIDES ENTERING CLASS 

Book Was Compiled And Revised By 
Association Secretary. 



EVERY AGGIE MAN AT 




on the student 1 ! |»;ui. MH not dlgeftt 
inure "iiiml slimrinu." 

In thi> ni^liiiiu Maswltt l»'t men be 
particularly caret nl lesl tuitliei • "niud- 
ulinu" ^liakc the alieaily cTUUibllni so- 
lidity 01 t lie ^inlent Iti.ilv. 

_^_ 'IMm- l'lt'-hinan kmudluiok which hns 

l.cen pulillsbed tlii> nil I fof !he BrUl 
time In two jretn bM Muln s|»p#iired 

AN AGGIE GET TOGETHER M the carapu*. u \» ■ small ?ock»i 

booklet fiiutiiininu Informal Ion <>t in* 

Plan Early for October 25. Give the Ufttl M UM Lo iM.-shtn.-n It opeM 

with ;i j-t-i lint' trmii I'rettldetil BntUr- 

Date to M. A. C. , 

lii-bl. and it review of thf purpous «na 

"Even tggta " ,an :i! ■••■ *W- e S* 1 •etlvlllssiof the Y. M. O. A. »»» «oIIef« 

teMther,*' This hi the -I'-huh tor World orffaulRalioi) at M. A, V. 

knle Sight "ii iKrtobei -"»i!>. 1< hi After the opening chapter eowe» 4 'Ifr. 

planned U> haw IbtM H. ». C. "hoepl- b.i mat i..n b>r Kh-sIiiihu" where there 

talits centere" In everj plure where U u short article on the eollege, and Its 

then are :niv ihiiiiIm i ut \mie nii'ti. and parpoee, history nndstnll appeerR s 

alumni an- t>> be BdvlwMl to attend the uen testara <>f ihe haii"ii>....k i- l he 

mnetoue, several euta o«e Uelug of the nee it 

fhb dmtr will '»• ;• ••'- •*"• » *he mortal Building with the storj id IN 

•gsapua, a- ihe football tatm ia to ptay pnrpoae, ami <-t \v.aU- Id the (-treat 

V'emont, and a combined student body \V;u. College customs, benate rules, 

and aliniini .liiin.i Is plansed t«>t that Expensea, self help, the letlrmaiy, and 

■ight in Draper Hall. other thlngi ut Importaaee lo rrosh- 

Ka«ii Mi A I Clubaad hwaJ A wsoel n- men are tak.-n up, and ihe college 

lion la planning for big things at these *i.its»«., ami cheer* whi<h are In be 

maetlogs. Ptenldenl BntterneM iia* learned b) tear] Frenhman are given 

',. m ii Invited to !><• a guesi <•! the M \.< , Katra enrrhMlBW Betlvlthni me tahna 

thil.nl New V.uk. Wilhird Uuneoa u|. IndWldunll) and theli purpose 

"05 will be in ^an r'tatwUt •.. unt l»ian ihoWO. I In- R H • <i,U nt l.i*i >ear ■ 

Irfwi* will probablj he In C'bieigo with athletic teama are given imjethei with 

the Western Alumni \(*-«teiniiMii at the the Captains, Managemand sneh mat* 

Union Uaguet lub. ler of lafareat Sfon-Athletle activities I 

The places where t bene \\ium Ni«lnt» snehastba Mdhag< ■»*• mnii 

Will he hebi and the slnilltlUS who i» CUl B*ga«laalblBa, driuiaii,- Iraierni- 

arraiiuiny them are aj follows: lies, sorJettee. and elttbn are glvea with 

Anburn Ala.. Dr. W. K. Hind. 'W. ' »•« ' ''" j '"'"l ,,ir l , "— ( » l ^ •-" 

l..s sngeloa.Cad . I. k. iMmm lt». Tb* mehlng mien for ihe aaeamn aw 

Man Francis. <ai.. I'mfe^.r J. W. fclvan » well as the object ol \del,,(.a. 

Grcgg'tM ■' , '" 1 ,,h ' K:M ''" i * 1 " k * 

l»,.„u-r. t ..I.. M. W. Tb«m,H,,m *w. *nh ■ wvlea M lbs d m 

Bridgeport, Conn,, i « johmmn u», lUltlae at m \ ■ i aisol ■ 

Chkmgo, IU.,1 J. Morenu, Sec.'IJ ■ AaalaMrt and Its etelntty. 

\e« Orleans, La . I H. io^ei tw. ^m 

r,:::::T. Stl" £X * «^hman material 

PUufmld, 8. \ i» i. i :.. BEGINS TO SHOW FORM 

Worcester. t.l» sfellcnu 'Ift. __ 

ha-i Un*lng, .Mbh.. l»r. It, I*. I.y- AhiVllf ef geversl Ken liv to the 

B,a " '? '. « ,^ „ u .. ,« Ommm and la-High School 
s paal Ulan., l*M, II. K. Hayes UH. 

Boiemaa, Moot., I'rof. u \,«....u, Plnyara Kncourag ing. 

f'harh.ite. N, i\, K. f». Draper l*. 
AII*an\. N V.. It.smitli 17. 



"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

We have a SUppl} of fresh 

Carnations, Roses, Violets 

Also Potted Plants 

i.|;u\\N (in NIK CAMIM'.s 

Dept. of Floriculture 

Telephone : - iMI 



College Barber Shop 

NORTH COLLEGE 

1920 styles 189H prices 






Suits made to order 

Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 
of best makes 

DYEING, ALTERING, CLEANING, PRESSIN6 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and Gents* Furnishings 



Get Your College Banners 



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KRKSH LINK 

12 North 



LAWRENCE 

tce'si 8hoe Store 

( Between the Banks) 

SPECIAL ENGLISH CORD OVAN BOOTS 

Incoming Students 

Unity Church on Pleasant Street, 

•♦The Church with the Wayside Pulpit*** 

Welcomes You to its Church Home 

Make yourselvei known to ua 



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New V..rk lily, A. T H- |k -■ 

c ifTpiiirid, nhi«i. \ l>. Tsyloi 

I'ruVHii-iM-i', U. I . W, S, Ki»>ti« r Tm. 
Havana. ful.;i. W. K. U«n»rri * 111. 



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The Kn>*limi 

rr]>ri*M*ini ,| .1 

I 1 1 « (nil 11 itn "i t 1 

< .mil* tin hwhtnM FU'lil, AltnoitsTn 

«imi< ui tlie men %mt» »fv» r playvd tb» 

name bafore there bti« Stso ;> HBMtMt ••! 

i«iniH*r liiiili srhonl IMn «Im will diriti 

a nurlni* fi<r Ikfl .1.% »ti Tin- |>rt«- 

rHKJts 1.. 1 I _ I MM ill »»i •»"•*' 

l«g morp*-»i» 1m> paitl a! tli!« early Imur. 

Ttie player* arp; 
|j»tonr. .HmtarHiit . back 11* M, 
(iray m»ii, imklc'. 
4. Wil-.iii. Ullltrd, ends, 

Mitmuifli II.H'U km ti»d ni» (.rrvi.imi 
i-\im-K. in , hi Is |'1si>hik a Stood llMi 

In ilir Hiii' uiiii ma] rt»v*lop »Mt« a unnii 
ipiiirr, (NbtrMKMl l»l;iu< liiril . Mn*r- 
tiiuti. Mirth, Sfafffft, I'm:iIx. I.ir|.laiii. 
li.ni- iihI Mii.ti.ii. Ilif iliue of %tn 
Hrst ixmc Ii bo* ^-' stilltd. 

Th> Brw 1 1 -mem walh.i >i» Irmil <H 

S((i<kliriilsi»- anil Iiraprr llalUatf ■OfBe ^ 

in.ii. ial.lt iiiijTini'iiMin- ti.a.It- fl iiTinj; K«-U >. !»««! :iii«l «\ 1H, who WturwH 

the «HtliHn*r Thi'V alt* miii ti imtre III In i.illru*' this fsll has li'fl I" .»• *•«* |»t 11 

kneiiiiiii wiili tiiiii sBmmBriingm limn positltHl wi'li Ho* Qttnfcrr ii:u*(ii. in 

were the old lnuird walks. I»u«ituii. 

I 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

1-m a* m,— Chapel. 

Sati Hi.Av. <h r, 4. 
»« r, m.— roolbwll, M. A. CL <* < < 

ItOSIlAV. (HT. <1, 

7410 a. m— < hapel. 

WRMIKBIJAT ChT I 

p. U. AlttMllltllj . IT, W, I. f h«B« 
Ijerlatu, Hudson, t». 



Sunday Service 
Yoong People's Society 



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• • • • 



10-45 AM 
7-311 P. M. 



1 11 lorma I Students* Reception 
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 7-30 P. M 

COME— Enjoy yourselves and make friends. 

REV. HENRY C. IVES, 3 E. Flewem St. 



MHE 



New Building Model Conditiotia 

Students* Work ft Specialty 

Werlt 

Truck cftll« at home— Prompt delivery. 








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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 1, 1919, 



THAYER '13 APPOINTED HEAD 
FLORICULTURAL DRPARTMENT 

Twenty-three New Appointments 
Made Since April 1, 1919. 



It. 

\V. 

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Mr. Clark I.. Thayer ha* bMfi ap- 
pointed bead Of 1 1"" lK'1'iirtHHM.l Of 

Plorleuitore it tbe Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College. Mr. Tbayer graduated 
m, in tha ooltege '■" IMS, an " iiacfl ,luU 
time baa been eaeoctated wit b tbe !>«•- 
piutiiH'iii ..i f/forieoitare al Cornell l*m- 
Misii>. servlag untler I'rol. K. A. 
\\ bile, formerlj Lead of tbf Depart- 
ntntof Klnii.-iiliuie at Ute Massaelni- 
h.mis vmiiiiiiinai College. Profeteo* 
Tttayer will eome <»> Amherst <><•!. 1. 

The following men bSVS receWed a|»- 

poinlroenti to the faeult) slue* ^piil 1. 

I). L. .lumen, Rxteaalon Profeimor of 

Dairying. 

< ||. VUIm.I1, llisliuetut ill /im.Iku.V. 

.i. r>.Zink,lo charge Extension Bablbits, 
It. i! c,m. l.y. ksstslant KafeiHloa Pru- 

i, „s,.i ..i \uimai Husbandry. 
John Sewloa, leatruetot Is Rural Rn- 

gtaaefiag, 

|„ Hold.n. Instructor in Animal 

llMoaudrj 

U, ode, Kxien^.n. Instructor in 

Horticultural Mannfa«!tiri.- 

i. Hull, Assistant la Teterinarj 
\\ . s IfellM, Profess. r of AyrWultural 

hd neat ion. 
I.. \V. liarnew. Esteashw Profasaef of 

\ u rieiiltuial Education. 

< . ||. Thayer, [oetruetor in km ay, 

(iilh.ii Watts. ln*inu-li.r In Vegetable 

i.anlenmi: 
|„ It. I'.irk.i. Imiruelot in MatlM-malies, 

tU] i l-iiev. liistiu. t,. i in Botany. 

\ W. SpuUlNfi Assisianl Secretary 

Utimni Ai»s,MiatiiiH, 
James I,, fMrahan, AsaUtaM Pmfeiiaor 

Uural Knsjlneeriim, 
\ I. Dean, ln*ini<i«,r in Pnultrj Hh*. 

ha miry. 
K. K. Wheeler, Instructor in Ihitrying, 
K. H. S. Millie, BxtetMUM lnsirurt..r in 

Poultry ll«si.;imli%. 
II .1 Hurt. ln»tnni««r in Physics, 
\ \| M,i arihy. UstaMBl in Pl.>»ieal 

Hducatfon, 
Uland Spencer, Instructor in Karoi 

Management, 
i ..I It. \V. Walker, Cu fi i in nn d an t, 



ENROLMENT OF FRESHMEN 

BELOW NORMAL MARK 

Only 118 Men This Year, as 

Against 153 in 1916. Many 

Two-year Men. 



PRIVATE DANCING LESSONS 

Mabelle Mills 

Post Office Block, Amherst. 



S. S. HYDE 

jeweler «racl Opttolmi 

18 Pleasant Street 



CAMPUS NOTES 



1.11 ! 



Arthur tenter bs.'HU 
rem pit* for the week end, 

James Feelou ei-M ha* trmtwlerred 
I., j*t,rlnifl#l«l Y. M. < . A. toilets, 

Kenneth Hlanchard »«-*» \w traita. 
ferred M the Harvard Medical School. 
Albert Whittemore has entered M v 
C in tbe claam»f HW. He tranferred 
from Urown CnUrr-Hy. 

tirorge J. Thvhei« 21 leti Wednesday 
t„r Dsrlmnmli U> enter the Turk Behead 
of BnatnMAdmlnlKtrattow. 

Pleasant atrtBt which was resurfaced 
last summer ih.w a rise n t a ■ Kawwth «ur. 
fare wbtrb all toMfets nn«i »lalfo» to 
Aggie nhm h \ appTCCt a f. The rent- 
facing i -'•■ « ( »^ , appearanrr hm well 

M i\ kr | «,iiallli«« ami alti.k'»' hir 

I^P^ant utreet t* flow a street id whieli 
vt . siiMtili! be j»rond. 

liwi i i A*s Km u\«. 
,\ i h Bento* elaw aeetlng beld la the 
KntoHiohigy bnildlne. l»»t Friday at 1 fj§ 

,. . |..ek. the f..ll..*f 

tif tbe elii»s a» eaodloa'e* i"i I 
l, v lb,. *!ii.i*.nt* tntbp Ititormal *"«»»»- 
,niti«f Il«i«l>'=I'!.=r. I^bfop, Marl ao4, 
l.yHHit, WteUmnti. Ilarf .nitluii. and 
f*kiftnpr. • 



For iorae ladafhiabbi reason, the 
eUieriugelaM iliisfall is e.Misid.Mahly 
M.ialler than the average entering 
CUUWeeof I he pre-war period. At the 
pretest writing there an 117 Freshmen 
Who have registered, eotnpared la lit 

wh.. registered la the fall <>i 1816. 

rh.< Benton auaahef al pnaaui i 03 . 
il„. .luniois IU0, and the .Sophomores 
U8, In addition to the regular enrol- 
Bj.nt, Iben are 24 unelassilied st udeiita. 
ami 174 short roan* men : the latter 

figure imluding ih..se registered for 

tl„. voeatioiial poultiy and ruial eiigin- 
eeiing course. Following is the 1988 
enrollment : 

M.eie. Treecotl T., Qalaey 
Alexander, l»..nald 1$.. Boabarj 
Ufer, Mason. Weal Bri4ge»aier 

\„ns. Nathaniel .1 , Teahodx 
Vrm.ld. Ike, BoatoB 
Airinglo.i. I.ulhei II.. Floleme 
Baker, Howard. Marshtield 
IJurllelt. Warren I... Ko*Hndele 
Uaatlile, .l...,eph I'., Jamaica Plala 
Bateman, Bleaaoi w .. \iiiugi"i« Hdghta 
Batee, Howard, cohaaaet 
Uaies. Hubert B. Weal Spriugfteltl 
Heal, .lames A . Ahmgioii 
Hlauehard. Edward b., Dxbriige 
Buck, Krwin .1 . Springlield 

i;..ies, tan \.. H""i"-'» r 
Borgeeon, Mel via B„ w..i,esiet 
Bnwer, Gardner H.. I p»oa 
llrodeink. Law rem e I . Hvde I'ark 
Buckley, Fram-u K., Satlek 
Burke, Kduiund W , \Vnieii..wn 
c, ti \s, Howard M .f^ufhihaftahnrr, Vi. 
i ..hen, Nidoiiioii, Donheetcj 
Comiii. I*.»»l W ofcea t er 
liini,, Frank I.., Uxiagtoa 
|J«»I«. William, N«mh IdmH 
liokinson. l*wi» F...lr.. Uulyuk* 

liiuio, k. Walter I,., Oatfefd 

IkiWd. Henry < , llolyoks 

DoMden. Philip H.Handwieli 

Faiieut. .John B.. WtWf Warr.-u 

Keller, tieorge A., Wateiii.au 

FltKgerald. David ¥ . llol>.»ke 

Kltapatrlek. l.eo J., BftMrkUMi 

Koliwim.itwen K.. U.mlindple 

Frieml, H««ger H.. l^ehaatef 

Fuller, Robert P . Wafeura 

Oainiinr, ■• H«dy«.ke 

ajyikill. Millar.! T., H«*t*dale 

i,,,, \ ,ir«-ii F.. l.n.UJU 

i,i ii% lUrtrutu 1 . Plabod t 

OiMffneMef, Mary k . We«i .spriugtbiW 

(oml.iH, Howard H,, Ipswieb 

arayaou, Baymn m l U„ Mili«.rd 

(JroTes, Alati M.. Newton t enter 

Hale,J*«hti B ,Honfh iila»t«.«il»ury,t «»nn. 

Hardy, >h. rman k.. I.ittlet.jli 

Harringt..ri. Ib>bert J., Hidyoke 

ll(n,.«, i Jarrtiee A , Me.lfor.l 
Hay.*. William B.,»«.uih Heerneld 
Heath, Allan J., N'ewfane, Vt, 
HUyard, N.irman H,. Iteverl* 
Uobart. ( . Harrlw.n, IWi.ton 
Hodadon, M«r»hall »., Melnwe High. 

Iambi 
H«»llr>. c.iorge O,, Flakdale 
Hoi Ha, Fr«>iierrek A.. Charlton 
Hubbard, J«ne»B.,«underIaod 
Huiiier, Henry l*.,4r,, Mount Kineo.Tf, X, 
Irish, tillhert II . Tiin.er. Me. 
laaae, Carl F , Bttgbloa 
Jvbnaoe I leoa l».. Ipswirh 
job neon, Kyrla ft., Dowhawt tf 

J CH pa. Man. HohIoii 

i,:U.T..% tx, Boee f kmk* 

i.:i!,.in. i lilter P . "sp. in *-t 

|.,.wi*, MtH> leli . Jain ;.h a I'lrtUi 

l.indskog. iTijstaf K. H., Iloxbury 



Buy your Daily Gazette 

From TASK 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let HI serve you. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St., "I lamp." 



Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Broken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

Satisfaction i.iianintceil 

No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Your appearame is marred unless yOUl 

Footwear is Correct 



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The place to go for College Shoes 

Estaiili-hi-it 1*71. 

aatlii i»»»1hk; »a»aaa«ne»e»ai 
Choice Urocerleaand Fruits In Season 

1 oM-'i:< iiiiM i;'i 
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Ami ..ii.ei awo4 Muaci i" eat, 
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The 



jj-gclMSgta ^C ollegian, Wednes day, October 1, 



1919. 



INTELLECT AND VIGOR OF 
COLLEGE MEN CHALLENGED 

President Butterfield Assigns Three 
Definite Tasks to Educated Men. 



President Hut leilieUi at tbe initial 
Sunday moral ag chapel of tba year 
ipoks in part as follow* on die subject, 

'•'I'he New Challenge l<» CeHaf* Men": 
The lei-en! challenge to college men 
was a challenge <'f war. It was tm-l 
magnilicenlly by undergraduate*, by 
alumni. Iiy taeullies. I" courage and 
spirit, in leadendiip anil in practical 
ellieieney. college ""en co\crcd I lieln- 
MtVM with glofj ■ 

lint there is a new challenge !<• col- 
lege ineii, in SOBM reaped s just as stim- 

alatlag as, and poaalblj evea more 

ililticillt tlian, llie challenge t.. war it 
■night l»e failed the challegc to a niih 
l:int peace. There are at least lime 
MSpeClSUl tills new challenge, this .all 
to leadelship. 

First ..t all, I lie college man is i-'-" 1 
I., get a elearer understanding "l 'rue 

daanucaanr \' aeeaenf "lie big **«•* ' > »- 

fog more democracy ll I. .ward in.ln-ii.il 
dein... -t:ie\. wliiel. means the activ asMl 
lull paHi.ipali..n of workers in Indus 
trial !!!■■■■ >MHn< and , ,m*. .|iientl\ Ut 
a share of the ptotit* The nature ..I 
the pr.ddein isilliist.ated h> Hie 
t„dd by tbe extreme gtotipw. The rtf] 
,.„l,. at men Ha- ie\..luti. mists, A mamt 
,,,,„,. I,,,. ofaXUUO* OJ capilali-m. 
there ale the ..laiid-p.it led . 

wbeec panel uhiriahU ideal leeaeeio ba 
llii ■■imilaaai nf r~"l — '1 ■*' ''" 
\atmtahm — I ail tbaabj tfiaugesnaata 
They are again*! union*, again*: ••■' 
ledi>e hat. HOW, »""" ■ '" " 

lu between ibnee ■■tin f "»«' 

M»iuti»u. Ua^snaWbwaMjr. labarabaabi 

have a larger, II not a dominant »hate 
in industrial management and a fuller 
sharr ..I ibe reward*. Hut the solution 

e«a be laauaiowlj la \m 

■ ned. fair dealing am • '••' ■•"•• 

II, ,,| challenge is a very i 

minal one »'ur American democratic 

Idealk-m ha. emphasized ibe freedom 

and .1.. ditties »l the Individual, 

, iiii..uuieniai a^naed 

M unchecked it lead, lo - ItUh 
. tolleeeii have been traini"- 
-istriaiisis lor ptafaai Beetl, engi- 
neering aad business sendee, but In 
gaeeral the motive bas been m-ltvldual 
iimMiid sol primarily public art 
The new • bsllengt l» thai college bwb 
•ball ba the seevanle of dewjcfney in 
Industry, in poWtas aad la aortri 
welfare. __ 

Hut a meals a servant of demweacy 
,„,lv abrti be makes his work coiilrib- 
nte primarily to the welfare of tbe com- 
munity and only iacMeatelly »«» hi* own 
asiataadiMm^'.' ' eg* ■*«■ are called 
upon to gain an tmeiilf«Bl appr^atiaa 
heprabl«a»af iha war'* afi«raimib 
aad bow ibay aiay ba mml. 

Tba ibird aballaaaa to th« aullaaja 
mm of today *• to »»'" 'h* 1 cj«ra^ «l 
rtatoa »b» abaffl nan1 

vii!uh. f»»» HIuslra«l««n »»l tbla ami 
uia»i*m««. Tfct tw*t in«i*ietif quar 
r1«n Ja»l «o» batoW «• !■ »*» S««h» 
of tfiarttbt of lalwr to mirlk- 

Tbara art ■»ideo» limlt«»ii»ii« t« ibte 

rt«hf to atrtba, The ..mrabalmtoc 

pablie waiiaiaBt of Kaaaaabaaatli i 

%m aiaaipla, i«alB 

ujefi to »trike, Tbt» unl"'' I ' • - 

battmyad tba laeb of elearoM» «d *!«»'»» 

in dWla«»l»biB# Bwrai »ala«p - 

I^y blundcrwd bec»H*« b» wfiil 

g^ the tftnb, Hut M afta i»i«cf 

uacallafl la at »tak» and !■ p»»b« » u '«" 

foagbt In thp n«>ar future. tta»aaay 

public •nphiyee* tb* Ti.bi i« nrlkef 



if ,| H Mii.me.H is to own '!'■ rail. 

.«,0« wn. he mines. wlH »««*! 

,,nplovees and miners have the nuht to 

strike- The moral oldi U aiio,.s ot eui- 
..h.verandemploxee-are not me,el> to 
t „emselvesa 1 .d 1 ..eaeho,her.l.. t t,o.he 

puldieasawh.de U is.p.iie.mposs.- 
|,U. to eoneeive that the publie. repie- 
seated l.v its uovemmeut. shall assume 

ownership and dlraatku* of mea. e„.e.- 

pg {mM except on the theory that the 
whole affair is to be manaued lor the 
,,„l,lie interest. At bollom.it is all a 
question ot morals. 

Tbis matter «f ■**»' "•• ttW> " ;1 1,r:i1 '" 
,„,,! isstte after aHeef-aadowa m fb« 

nues.i ,o whether (htistiaustaud- 

al ,u R nd Weeta aw «aM| workable. 
NraonaUy, 1 iblab Ibare la no dletlne. 
,„ etweae true d.mocracj and 

applied CbrlnUanlfy. and to m> mtu.l. 

t!u . supreme challenge to the adl«g« 
m;in „, lodtJ hj ... understand whal 
iaaoeraey maaamand bow the priuei- 

,,,,, ,,, the Man of Uallle« mas b« 

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C. A. C. GAME SEASONS 

FIRST GRIDIRON CONTEST 

Opponents a Problem, but Will Find 
h Fast Team Here. 

H v. t will ©#•■ If* '"""'•' ll -<•"*"" 
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MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, October 8, 1919. 



No. 2 



$26,000— MEMORIAL 

BUILDING PLEDGES 

Remarkable Showing Made by Stu- 
dents, Especially Two-year Men 
and Freshmen. 



ALUMNI CUSS STANDING IN THE 

ME MORIAL BU ILDING CAMPAIGN 

Including the First Four Days of October. 



A nub' men Htnasbed their way ouee 
again t«> ulory lasl Wednesday by pledg- 
ing $26,000 to tbe Memorial Uuibiing 
Fund. Tbe Btupendousness of the 
amount is realized when one considers 
that the average pledge per student was 
almost $40. Many contributions were 
made of $100 or over, while many ranged 
from $60 to $90. In some instances the 
largest pledges were made by men who 
are up against It financially. When 
asked why they gave so much tbe an- 
swer was often In this nature, "Why 
shouldn't I give It? Didn't many of my 
classmates give their very liven that 1 
might return to tbe campus and enjoy 
ouee again tbe scenes wbteb I bad given 
up aa neat. 

Such a spirit Is ebaractistic of Aggie 
thru and thru, altbougb at times It 
seems lesa prominent. 

Tbe very nature of tbe campaign 
makes tbe result seem tbe more won* 
derfal. It was not a "rah rata affair" 
by aay means. There was no bell ring- 
ing, no cheering, or excessive urging*. 
Far from it! A committee composed of 
about ^eighteen men from each class, 
Freshmen Included, was selected by 
tbe Senate. These mea met Howard 
Russell *18 Tuesday evening In the old 
chapel. The details of tbe campaign 
were outlined clearly. Each man was 
given a quota of six classmate* to inter* 
view personally, being responsible for 
tbe return of tbe pledge blanks by S-O0 
r at. Thursday. Tbe ten Individuals 
attaining tbe highest totals from their 
nlanw were to be given a trip to the 
Springfield banquet that evening. 

At Wed nesda y Assembly Howard 
Kussell gave a abort, pappy talk to tbe 
student body, urging them lo give for 
tbe sake of tbe men w sleep in 

Flanders' Field, and for . aake of old 
la. The appeal ee. v bit tbe 
. for when tba a gf tbe 

ilttaa distributed dedge 

blanks tbe majority of t ** re- 

quired nn fun her urging tntn 

In most eases it hurt, 

Oaa of tbe moat pleas ■ of 

this campaign was the ret a JHM* 

I * onUno«d on nege il 

POND FOOTBALL CAPTAIN 

Tba football team recently elected A. 
I*. Pond 'SO, captain of this year's team, 
iv.nd played varsity football In 1V1S, 
and baa a reputation, both at M, A. C. 
aad in Hew England aa an excellent 
beekneld player. Pond played half- 
back up to tbla Fall, when Coach Qote 
shifted bim in quarterback, Alt of 
Aggie's ifteen points last Saturday 
were easted by 
work. 



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1HH4 

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1887 
1888 
188© 
18B0 
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1804 
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Total undergraduate eontrlbutlona to Oot^wr 4th, $26,236. 

Total of all contribution* to October 41b, $64, 977. 

«Bs^ontb.p»oorti«i«fa»i o^rffcaOng, i> owWd namta*. 
tsntsgw «*•» we mma ihsl memh 
their C I»m «a4 th«ir Cwllsgc 

fMtjority o» Ui«-Dl«is«»w«wmade»iWfc umi-tgTjaiiJti-* 



i at tas dw who 4M not grades!* tava besa irtn in belpiiu 



AGGIE NAN DECORATED 
DR. GOLDTHWAJT GEtS I ).s. M • 

Major-Oeneral Edwards Made *re- 
UDlstiOD Commending Devel- 
opment Work* 
Or, Joel E. Gold tb wait *M, a noted 
Boston orthopedic apemallsl, la t he last- 
M. A. C. alumnus to receive a war eHa- 
tlou. Maj.-Gea. Clarence E. Idwatda, 
in tbe presence of his staff at the north- 
eastern department, recently pinned on 
tbe medal. The medal, altbougb 
awarded by tbe War Department several 
months ago, waa lata la arriving, 
Tbe eiutloa. read by Maj. M, 1, Moore, 
department adjutant, •toted that "the 
award la made for special work la organ 
icing tba development wet ion In 

France.*' 

in the speech that followed the pre- 
sentation, Gen. Edwards praised the 
efforts of I)r irtddlbwait. He reviewed 
the work of the surgeon and aaid that 
many a soldier saw active serviee who, 

ttoldlbwalt, 



CROSS COUNTHY TRACK TEAM 
WILL HAVE FOUR 



Six Challenge* Received By 



f Aggie during 
a favorMb,. sb 



the 
•w- 



but for the work of Dr. 
his rushing and toe 1 nerer would have nan the front. 



Cruse country 
last week 

lag when fifteen men reported to ( »arb 
Dickinson in the Drill Hall Although 
there baa been none of thi* «|-.rt In 
Ike last two or three years a large num- 
ber of tbe old men reported with tbe 
addition of a number of new material. 
The following are Mint of ihr i-andi. 
dates: 1920. tiofi, Lyons, Crawford and 
{Jordan, 1921, Slate, Jones aad Lam- 
bert, IBS*, Hooper aad Sullivan. 1923. 
Tanner, 

Lyons *f0 will have charge of tba team 
this fall and will be assisted by Oliver 
Flint. '17. wbo baa always taken aa In- 
terest in track at M A. «'. and will be 
of aid to the team. 

The same course in Amhemt will be 
u«ed aa f orme rly. Waning at Drill Hail 
and going In order through the rat toe, 
by Flint Laboratory. 0M (bapel.i 



M. A. C. WINS FIRST 

FOOTBALL GAME 

Pond Makes 80-yard Run for Touch* 
down from a Kick-off. 

.Saturday allertioon saw t be renewal 
Of football at M A < ., when (otine. ti- 
nt! Aggie Game la Imbeeni and was 
defeated 15-7 mi Alumni Field. 

Altbongb II, A. «'. won. it was not 
until the wound lialf tliat aba really 
showed a >*ii|'erii>rity over her uppotl 
mis. During I be firHl half belli teams 

made tavaraJ sabataatlal galaa- Thaaa 
for Jdl. A. 0, ware Made aa Hue plaafaa 

by Whittle, while tho»e fur f. A I 
i-aine a* the result of a haekfield xhifl 
and end run?. I hat linflled our men for 
unite a time Several |*HHltlen were 
glean aa both aldee for >tt!»ide. 

In the saaoisfl half i he Aggie team 
■bowed a new pep. Although Goal 
i. ill >.ri. red w-seii |Hiiiil«, at tbe end i«f 
the Ibird quarter l'a|iiaiii Pond caught 
the kickoff un his lK-yard line at the 
openinu ot the la*t uuarler and ran Hit 
yard* for a touchdown. For about 40 
yards be bnd a Hear field, but tbe last 
40 yards ef bi» run *» spent in iasSg' 
lag bin opp<ineni«. 

The game in tletail *a« m* follows: 
Connecticut k< k- M \ ' 

i'ond caught the '>;«!! and tan ll back l'» 
vard- A ft at a oyard penaltv I'ond 

ran through tbe t.m tldit defassM 

for 19-y»rdp, giving Aggie first down 
again. After tbret) attempts as gain 
ground the ball went to 

in mitt 
gained 

hall went to M. A. V. on a blocked 

kick rec .iveu ( onnef'ticut 

neit tatatawvtad a toward paee and ran 

tt back 12 yani« Foltowiag a p e aal ty 

i.ir 51 \ . « ; tj ' aaaat tbrai 

ws» hehi for doWFm and failed in an at 
tempted ti#ld g«al, Aggie carried the 
ball 16 yards in eeven down*, 
caught a frnwar.; ft- 
yards. Tbe lr»t quarter *nd»d here, 
^o ■core. 

In the second quarter Aggie mad* 
oae Bret down i»rf..re Iwiag panaWaeaJ 
II yards for bnli)a$T Pond pnntrt 10 
yards and • < ut raa it back to 

Iheati-var.i line. Aggie held and Con- 
. ut punted fa tiraysun. He ran 
I be ImiU back to tbe tntddl* erf Ihe ieW, 
I here M \ ' «• nt straigbt down 
the licid t,i a I *». P»»d giiing 

through left guard f««r the wore, l*oad 
kicked off and tbe half ended. »euFe, 
fM>. 

fmi kbfked off and « A « waa 
bald for three dowoe aad ibey kicked 
cot reipvenrd oa a fumble. 
Aggie beid aad roaaecflcut tried a 
second dropkick that fad«i by thrie 
feat, Foad punted oa the »ect»rid di»w»» 
l* T a M pnd run. Ceaaeei eat 

bmagb i th. . m a « - 

lliue when an attempied paw was in- 
tercepted by I#eat. Pood kicked aad 
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Connecticut, after being held twice, 
scored a touchdown and kicked tbe 
goal. Boom: c. a. C. 7, M. A. C. «. 

Connecticut kicked off to start the 
fourth quarter and Pond, aided l>y 
perfect interference, made the sensa- 
tional run already mentioned. Aggie 
kicked oil. C. A. C. was soon forced to 
l-unt. Connecticut held and fond tried 
a drop which missed by inches. After 
0. A. C. tried a series of passes M. A. C. 
intercepted, and with 30 seconds to play 
Pond kicked a field goal from tbe 20- 
yard line. Final score, 16-7. 

The good physical condition of the 
team was well brought to notice by the 
tint that the M. A. C. team was not 
toned to call time at all during the 
entire forty minu tes of play. 

HOWARD RUSSELL '18 SPEAKS 
FOR MEMORIAL BUILDING 



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into Drive for funds. 
Munson. 
The assembly of Oct. 1 had a definite 
purpose in view: namely, to enthuse the 
student body, and instigate it to make 
its part of I he Memorial Building ap- 
propriation | large and suilable one. 

After tbe college song had been sung. 
Iican l^wis introduced the principal 
speaker, Howard L Itusseirw, of Wor- 
,, >ur. Mis talk wan especially forcible, 
, m he II well-known to the two 
upper classen. and spoke as an Annie 
man to his college friends. Mr. fetMtil 
-poke of tbe great work that hasalready 
l,,i mi iloiie l>y the alumni, of the meet- 
ings in llostoii and In othel cities, where 
IhOMtmh or dollar* have been pledged. 
H.said tbat the students' opportunity 
bad now ...me Men are now coming 
t»ack to Vggtc every day, men from tbe 
classes of 1H. Tl», and SO. to Unlaw their 
...llege course*. Tbey tell me bow 
good it seems to be back on the campus, 
I. nt they all say tbat, somehow, the 
old life Is missing. Il belongs to the 
present student bod} to rebuild that 
old Aggie life. 

>, iiu Freshmen have been here over a 
week, and haven't won anything yet. 
Get together, and put out winning 
teams. Y.>n Sophomores are letting tbe 
Freshmen break all the rules with Im- 
punity, tiel after tbem, and show tbem 
where tbey belong. You Juniors 
aren't doing much to bring M. A. C. 
back to It* old standards. And last of 
all. you Seniors, It is you who have 
neen life here at Its best, and yon should 
be the leaders In Us reconstruct I. n 

Moreover, right here today is a 
chance to begin your work. By sub- 
scribing largely to tbe Memorial Build- 
ing, have one thing behind you Ibis 
ve.tr that you will be proud of , and tbat 
will be a fitting symbol of the spirt of 
tbe present student body. 

After Mr. BusaeH'stalk. Willard Mnn- 
,,,., u,,. who started Thursday afternoon 
with De.ui Lewis on their Western trip, 
spoke a few word*, "lam going to 
.tart tomorrow to the Western alumni. 
I want to take to them a message from 
you. and show them by your subserip- 
r.oii that those now at M, A, C. are for 
tli!« building with alUbelr hearts. Ton 
will lie the Ural to enjoy the privileges 
that It will afford you, ami the alumni 
I want, to feel that you are behind thaw 
in the project." 

A mans meeting wss held after assem- 
bly, and ballots were passed out for a 
new informal rammiUe*. The follow- 
ing men were elected; .Seniors— H. I,. 
Harrington. «.. I.. Mad^.od. B. E. 
r.yons.and ."vHatcheldor. Juniors— R.F. 
Keadio, S. M. King, and P.Newetl. 



The Home Demonstration Agent Con- 
ference was held on the campus, Sept. 
30 to Oct. 3 inclusive. The personnel 
consisted of eleven country home dem- 
onstration agents, one assistant county 
home demonstration agent, and seven 
urban agents. 

Mr. Redman, acting director, opened 
tbe conference by giving a welcome to 
all present, and by giving Information 
concerning administrative matter. 

Household management, clothing 
efficiency, school lunches, food pres- 
ervation, care and purchase of utensils, 
etc, were discussed and demonstrated 
throughout the conference. 

Urban work Is now being continued 
in Beven of the cities, which were organ- 
ized for work during the war in co-oper- 
ation with the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture and M. A. C. 

The group unanimously voted that 
the conference was the best ever held 
and should be a source of profit to all 
who attended. 



Thursday, 
Oct. 9 



Friday, 
Oct. 10 



Oormldln* Fmrrmr and 
Milton 8111m in 

"Shadows" 

A big mortem drama unlike 
;i n> t in in.' she has done before, 
in which tbe International 
celebrity spin kh* In an un- 
asaal rule. 

Path* Msws Matt sni JeS 
Tonics of the Day 

(from Literary Digest ). 
Comedy 



Saturday, 
Oct 11 



COLONEL WILSON RESIGNS AS 
MILITARY INSTRUCTOR 



Mmdoe Kennedy and 
Tom Maori in 

"The Kingdom of Youth" 

A delightful couiedy-drauia 
of a never-ending honey- 
moon. The admirers of 
Madge Kennedy will tlnd her 
more delightfully charming 
and appeal Inn than ever. 

Picloiirnph 

"?*d-a-vil M Keel 
a-reel 

Afaw «•*#•«# and 

Mmr.h.ll Mmllmn In 

"Rags" 

From the story by Kdlth 
Itarnard Delano— a delightful 
combination of comedy ana 
drama- 

La.t Ep. "Han of Hishf 
rathe Hews. Lloyd Comedy 



Monday, 
Oct 13 



Lt.-Col. in Charge of Military Train- 
ing Here. 

The College wishes to express its re- 
grets over tbe recent departure of Col- 
onel Wilson and family. Arriving at 
AL-k'ie two years ago, the Colonel has 
served the government faithfully as 
commandant of the military depart- 
ment. Kspeclally during the ft. A. T. C. 
w.is f.ilonel Wilson's presence apprecia- 
ted. During his brief stay at the Col-! 
lege, tbe Colonel has made countless 
numbers of friends among the students 
aa well aa among the faculty, who bow 
wish him all tbe fruits of happiness that 
his years of labor have earned bim. 
lie will make bis borne In Seattle, 
Wash. 

Lieut. -Colonel Walker baa been as- 
signed to take Colonel Wilson's posi- 
tion as commandant of the college. He 
Is a man of wide experience, having 
served In tbe I'hillipine campaign, In 
Mexico.and In Cuba. It is Colonel Wal- 
ker's aim to ultimately establish a eav- 
airy unit at tbe institution. At present, 
however, bli energies will be directed 
to bringing to perfection the E. O. T. C. 
Infantry Unit tbat was established here 
In 1916. 

Tbe progress of this unit was Inter- 
rupted by tbe war early In 1917, but now 
wltb the college practically back on its 
..Id basis, ibe prospect* an exceedingly 
tntght for developments In Ike unit. 
The object of the training will be to 
give students of an educational Institu- 
tion opportunity to train for reserve 
officer* at tbe same time training fur 
their professional careers." The train- 
ing will be compulsory for Freshmen 
and Sophomore* and elective for Jun- 
iors and .Seniors. 

The eoorse for tbe Juniors and Sen- 
iors will provide for a variety of subjects 
including 80 hours of minor tactics 
(practical), SO hours of map making 
and map-reading (practical) and 10 
bourn of military law. This course 
should prove an Interesting one for the 
military inclined M well a* those who 
at present feel predjudieed against 
militarism. 



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Little Bob Alexander (of 

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Complete New Stock 

Expert Repair Work Done 

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CAMPUS NOTES 

"Harry" White '15 has been back on 
the campus this week. He returned on 
a leave of absence from Teh-how 
shantung, China, where he has been a 
missionary, and is residing with bis 
family in Peabody. 

"Sid" Johnson '19 was on the campus 
last Sunday meeting old friends. He is 
inspector for a dairy concern In Bridge- 
port, Conn. 

"Dolly" Dole '16 was on the campus, 
this week, assisting "Kid" Gore in 
training the centere. 

Ray Wason ex-22 is now at Dartmouth. 

Carl Bog holt t\ and Lawrence '22 are 
agents on tbe campus fur the new co- 
operative laundry. 
Kappa Gamma Phi Has New Houae. 

Kappa Gamma Phi baa Joined the 
fraternities on Pleasant street by occu- 
pying what was formerly the Gibb's 
house. Alterations in interior arrange- 
ment and tbe installation of a more ex- 
tensive plumbing system have eon- 
verted Ibe h.. use into a very comfortable 
living quarters. 

Dr. Itano Married. 

The Cof.i.MHAN has just received the 
i. .11. .wing announcement which will in- 
terest to all readers of tbe paper. Dr. 
and Mrs. Illdeyo Itoguchi of San Fran- 
cisco announced (he marriage of their 
friends, Dr. Arao Itano and Miss Yayeko 
Noda on Thursday, Ibe twenty-eighth 
of August, 1919. Dr. and Mrs. Itano 
are at home at 7 East Pleasant street. 
Prof. Waugh's Hew Book. 

Tbe library has recently received a 
copy of an interesting contribution, 
entitled, "Occupational Therapy in 
Tuberculosis" written by Captain Frank 
A. Waugb of the Sanitary Corps, U.S.A. 
This Is a critical retrospect upon tbe 
program of physical reconstruction as 
developed in ibe military hospitals for 
tuberculosis In the United States. It la 
baaed on a year of good service, which 
Prof. Waugb spent at tbe Culled Slates 
base hospital. So. 16, In New Haven 
from July 1VU to August 1919. Tbe 
fourty-one pages of text are accompan- 
ied by a large number of splendid pho- 
tographs, showing the sort of work 
which was carried on by our soldiers 
during Ibe process of their reconstruc- 
ts.,, 

Hew Fossil Collection. 

otlo Degener 'SS has presented to the 
hiitomology department of the college 
a small collection of fueell insects and 
plants. Mr. Degener collected the 
specimens himself during the summer 
at the Florissant Deposits near Pikes 
Peak, trolorado.un the site of an ancient 



WORK ON WOMEN'S DORM- 
ITORY STARTED ALREADY 



Situation ne*r the West Experiment 
Station. 

The excaxation work has been 
started on tbe women's dormitory, 
money for which was provided by the 
last Legislature. Tbe ammount of the 
appropriation was 1127,400. The site 
chosen for the localiou of the building 
is tbat immediately north of the West 
Experiment station aud west of Pleas- 
ant Street. 

The outside dimensions of the build- 
ing are 154 feet by 54 feet, the con- 
struction will be of brick with Are walls. 

The dormitory will accommodate 98 
girls and will provide quarters for the 
matron and care takers. Nearly all ihe 
rooms are arranged for two occupants, 
although there are a few single rooms. 

Tbe building will have three floors 
and a basement, Tbe first floor has in 
tbe center, an attractive living room 
and two small parlors. The matron's 
quarters are on this Boot aud the re- 
maining space is devoted to doimilorj 
rooms. Tbe second and third Moors are 
desinged exclusively for dormilory 
purposes. Tbe baseiuent baa ample 
storage capacity and rooms for the 
maids. 

Tbe architect of tbe building is Mi. 
James H. Ki icble of Boston, who has 
desinged all Ibe college buildings dur- 
ing tbe last eight or leu years. The 
contract has been awarded to the I P. 
Carlson Company of SpringlleM. 

It is expected tbat the building 
will be completed snd equipped tor (hu 
beginning of the college year in: Sep- 
tember 1920. 



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Shaving Sticks and Shaving Creams 

Cigars, Cigarettes and Smokers' Articles 

Waterman Fountain Pens 

Fountain Pen Ink : Blue Black, Jet Black, Violet and Green 

Eastman Kodak Films and Film Packs 

Developing and Printing Attended to Promptly, 



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1 928 Ciaaa If eating. 

The Sophomore class held a abort meet- 
ing Wednesday. C. ¥. Clark was elected 
manager of the class football team and 
Albert Biggin manager of Ihe rifle 
team, 

Freshman Claas Meeting. 
At the Freshman class meeting held 
on Wednesday in the Bowker Andlio 
riu in the matter of Increasing tbe claw 
pledge to the Alumni Memorial Build- 
ing Fund was taken up. and It was 
decided i bat each member of (he class 
should increase bis pledge by SS. Tbe 
net Increase realised by I bis will help 
the class standing la the campaign ma- 
terially. The question of class dues 
was discussed, but no definite action 
was taken. 

*lfl,— tJeorge I*. Byde announced, re- 
cently, the birth of a daughter at his 
home in 11 ur lock. Md. 



Team Judges at the National Dairy 
Show Thia Week. 

The M. A. C. Stock Judging Tea,,,. 
which is making a lour of tbe county, 
judging stock at the various fairs in 
compel ition with other college learns 
from all over tbe country ; has been mak- 
ing an unusual tine showing. Al the 
Brockton Fair tbe team won over all 
other I earns by K40 points. Williams of 
tbe M. A. C. team won Brat place, a 
Connecticut man wae second, Taylor, 
U. A, C. third, a New Hampshire man 
fourth, and Uarvey of M. A. C. tilth. 
This gave the M. A.c. team three out 
of tbe Brat fve plaeaa, and an easy 
vlotovy. 

At the Hasten Stales Exposition at 
Springfield week before last the team 
won by 100 points, Taylor of M. A.C, 
making tbe beet score on our team. 
Harvey second, and Williams third. 

Last Saturday tbe team started for 
tbe National Dairy Show at Chicago 
and will there compete with teams from 
all over the country. The Show starts 
the early part of this week. 



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Dr. Uoldth wail's specialty consisted 
in developing men who were not per- 
mitted to be sent to Ibe front because 
of minor defects, such aa flat feet and 
the like. Be bad charge of the de- 
velopment bat tall hm of the 26) h divis- 
ion and of the thousands of men sent to 
the reconstruction and development 
camp lb*. (Toldtuwa'M was a member 
of Aggie's "old school," and sang In 
the musical clubs and played class foot- 
ball before a varsity team was In 
existence. 



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spirit has begun to manifest itself at the 
Dining Hall in the good old cheers 
which have hardly been beard for two 
years. As was to be expected, the 
football game wbicL resulted in a vic- 
tory over ('(iniHiticiil Aggie last Satur- 
day did more, perbaps, than anything 
else could to get the student body into 
the spirit and feeling which used to 
pervade this campus. The game was 
well attended and the enthusiasm ran 
high for the first game of the season. 
We have seen the regiet, in some <>f the 
other college papers, that the old spirit 
Heemed to be lacking, that there was 
not the same life on the campus as in 
former years. That opinion has ap- 
plied euually well to Aggie, but things 
are changing for the better here and 
on every college campus. The activi- 
ties are slowly assuming their pre-war 
aspect, and campus life will soon reach 
its former pace. 



body's hands were blistered to send you 
here. Blister your brains! b. W. J. 

CAMPUS CALENDAR. 



TmusnAV, Oct. 9. 
7-30 p. m. -Mandolin Club Kehearaal. 

Fisioay, OOf. 10, 
7-30 A. M,— Chapel. 

Batukuay. Oct. 11. 
3-00 p. a.— Football, Dartmouth at Han- 
over. 
3-00 p. m— Football, M. A. C. Fresh- 
men vs. Moiison, at Monsou 
Ti kkhay, OCT. 14. 
7-00 p. m. Senate Meeting. 

Wkonkbday Oct. 15. 
3-00 p. m. — Assembly, Fres. 
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The 1920 Index. 

Il is In, 1 1 gratifying to learn from 

the Boalaaa* Manager of last years 
/,,./. a Hint il'«- Junior annual was a 
financial mie.ess. [I li;i* lieen so many 
\ears since such a report has been made 
Ml the eampu*. t li.it the aehievenient is 
,,( e\ee|.tional ilHeles! While it is not 

«be tiest Iwlrs ever put out. it is an at- 
tiaeiivc annual, well arranged, and a 
de.tded eredit to I lie class; but the itii- 
portanl point about it is. that it met the 
.o.iditlon* whlel. evinied here hist year 
Th« small size »M juiiMied by (lie 
limit. •<! nimiber of students then in col 
lege, ftftd -lill i> was large enough to 
contain all the moat Interesting mater- 
ial The reason for the success of I be 
11**1 /,../. r was due largely to (he eltMSI 

c(M»nerati*»n tot ir— a the b&atacaa «le- 

nH-nl and the rest ol the boant. and 
to the f.ireslghl and extreme eare with 
which the whole t«»ok was planned. It 
ha* M often happened, as is freqasOtfj 
t in- case with undergraduate activities. 

,, iu# expenses pro\e to be more than 
were eapaciad aou" the reeelpti han 
than lht«e afitici|.atcd. that the call for 
an extra tax i« meet the financial detf- 
uisnry has a familiar sound. The ex- 
|mbm» of Ibe 19W In«I«, however, were 

carefully swuiuiatwl. *' ,,h ,hl * ln lnim1, 
•ad Ihe imiirri- >«f income conseiv.,- 
tlvely sstlmated. t>n« fairly launched, 
the tmdef was gnid.d to linan.ial siic- 
, by the feaalMM Hlkii-ney of the 
manager. 



Aggie Spirit Improving. 
The amounu pledged fur the Memo- 
rial isuildiim by the widarffrrsdiMta 
bod, is simply «*T»e indication that the 
old Aggie spirit ■■* wd died- H is still 
wit hu« and is wiring rapidly. Tbematt- 
nifice-nt pl«l«a »* '*>• Freshman ela« 
.bows that they bawcauuM the college 
spirit ? hat they hSYs made, their iirsl im- 
prison a* a elsat, and that it U a fowl 
one The ifrtrU baa taken hold of the 
abort course men. for the Brat time to 



A Farm Handbook. 

The college library lias reeently re- 
ceived from H. J. Baker, an Aggie 
alumnus, a most iiilere?>liiiJ4 iMtle hand- 
book on agriculture, composed of the 
lecture outline* and summaries of the 
courses given to the students of th«' 
American K, F. luiversily Kami School 
at \Ue.rey. Shoim- el Loire, France, Tin* 
material was prepared bv instructors „t 
I he farm school for their own use in the 
class room, ami originally there was no 
intention of having it printed. None ot 
the instructors had only a lew days in 
which to prepare their material, and as 
Ibe printing wa» done hurriedly, many 
typographical errors appear and the 
laetnraa are not uniform ks makeup, 
v. t ibe Allcrey Handbook is a very in- 
teresting and valuable litilebook. It 
in divided into live sections: Agricul- 
tural Engineering, Agronomy, Animal 
Husbandry. Horticulture, and Itnral 
Economics and Sociology. I'nder each 
division are several subjects presented 
in a very condensed form, yet contain- 
ing nearly everything of importance. 
It is a book which sliidents may ptolit- 
ably look up. 



To 1923. 



any uppn-eiahle 



extent, as indicated by 



their remarkable 11.1111 : bill inn K> the 
t!H ve. Not only that, but they are de- 
«l«ping a fast loo.hall team and are 
demanding an OttW* schedule. 'Ibe 



The average Aggie man is not 
wealthy. He is. in fact, as far as the 
■trsta "f American wclety are con- 
cerned, of the middle class. Sow-a- 
day, with life's necessities so dear.il 
means much actual sacrifice b-r parents 
to allow ibetrcbiblren 10 attend college. 
But, realising lt»a» they are in ■ |«»si- 
ti«»n to betier the chance of their sons 
and daughters, to make them command 
where fhey themselves have olieyed, 
these parents are willing to make sncii- 
tiees, and to utilize the opportunities 
that such an InstttttHon as M. A. C 
affords. 

The point Is this -Entering men will 
find here lime lo loaf, time to squander 
minutes and money foolishly, Uwk a 
b.ng lime at costly pines, banners, col- 
lege lees.aod the like. You will find 
plenty of time to acquire a social polish 
during your Junior ami ."senior years. 
Think twice before making a trip to 
"Hamp" or "over the mountain." You 
have four long years to accumulate 
luxuries, four short years lo fit your- 
selves for life, Bemembor that every 
dollar you spend here ha* been wet 
with somebody's sweat. Make those 
dollars count 1 Every hour that you 
loaf has been balanced by an hour of 
labor. Make those hours count t Lei 
your education come first. M. A. C 
thinks more of her retord of successful 
alumni than she does Of her record of 
successful contemn or Informal*. Some- 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM 
PLAYS MONSON SATURDAY 

Five Game Schedule Planned. New 
Schools Listed. 
I'nder the guidance of Coach McCar- 
thy the Freshman football team seems 
fast eetting into Bhape. The schedule 
is changed ibis year compared to for- 
mer years, in that the Monson game on 
Saturday opens the season, instead of 
being near the end of the list, as for- 
merly. The squad has been working 
hard the past few days in prepartion for 
the game The work has consisted, ot 
scrimmages, drills on fundamentals, and 
rehearsals of plays. Latour and Sar- 
gent have been showing up well In the 
backticld. while Hardy and Grayson 
look well foi line berths. Inscrimmage 
with the varsity first learn last Tuesday 
the year eleven showed up very well 
and it is safe lo assume that they will 
prove capable of upholding the reputa- 
tion of former Freshman team*. Ills 
impossible to predict at this time what 
the lineup for the Monsou game will !»•*. 
Coach McCarthy Is trying lo arrange a 
game with Greenfield for Oct. 1«, which 
will round oul a well balaaeed schedule 
of five games, as follows: 
I'd. 11 — Monson at Moiisoii. 

IK-Ureentieli! at (Jreenlleld (pend- 
ing), 
lieerfleld at Iteerfbtld. 
\..v. 1— Arms Academy at Amherst. 
H Willistun at Amherst. 



While the emotional onion 
makes the whole world weep — 

The unemotional sheep sup- 
plies the "last cry" in smart 
clothes for men and boys. 

All wool by our own test ! 

Special "Shopping Sendee" 
for orders by mail. 

Ro«kks Pkkt Company 

Broadway Broadway 

»f 18th ftt. 'The alSstbSt. 



'The 

Four 

Coiners" 



Broadway Comers" Fifth Ave 

at Warreu at 41st M 

NEW YORK fITY 



SIMPMCITY 



ill I HI 



<14,_Wr»rd has also been received 
from K. !*. Pare!*, who holds a good po- 
mtioti with ibeGrasselll Chemical to., 
Klir.alM.th, N.J. 



Campion's 

Clothes of Custom 
Quality 

In this drest-up world eC ourt if a 
man hasn't an instinct to be 4b- 
tinct he'll soon be eitiftct. 

Fabrics that stan d out 
Tailoring that stands up 



PI LAVAL 



simplicity In cream separator con- 
struction avoids waate and makes 
possible quick and easy handling of 

milk. 

The De I,ava! Cream Separator is 
remarkably simple. Thousands of 
I>e I»avals are inn and cleaned by 
children every day. 

This simplicity means long life and 
freedom from repairs, and is the out- 
come of over forty years of unques- 
Koned leadership In cream separator 
inventing, developing and perfecting. 
Every part has been developed to 
its highest degree of simplicity cou- 
pled with efficiency, and (be l)e Laval 
has earned for Itself the name of 
being "the world's standard sepa- 
rator." 

More De Laval* are lo use than of 
all other makes combined. 

■«« the !««•• l De fisval acest, or. If 

yes float fcn«» M». •"**• *° tfc- 
nearest Tie bavsl ofles. as below. 




THE OE UVAL 

liSBrwHiwar SIBealei*. » M, MadMeo m, 
New York flan rmsetses Chtcafs 



AMHERST VARIETY STORK 




1VOTION* 



J. H. T10TT, Pleasant Street 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Bent 



Properly Priced 

Campion's 



Amherst, Mas,. 



Of 

STEINS, ALTERIN6, CUMMS, PRESS1H6 

LABROVI 

Tailor MS Sab' f inlsMip 



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A MESSAGE FROM YOUR 
BUILDING COMMITTEE 



There are times when arguments are unnecessary. 

We are so earnest in our desire to tell you all the "reasons" for 
your Memorial Building pledge that we could fill this page with them. 

But isn't it a bit unnecessary to have to give arguments in favor 
of an undertaking like this? 

We feel that there is something about this Campaign that should 
keep us away from posters, bell-ringing, and speech-making. 

It is a quiet understanding among Aggie men to make good in a 
small way as those forty-nine boys did in a big way, that is going to 
"put it over" NOW. 



Atherton Clark, *77 
Edward M. Lewis 
Fred C. Kenney 
J. E. Goldthwait, *85 
E. F. Richardson, '87 
Walter L. Morse, *95 
H. W. Dana, *99 
A. W. Gilbert, f 04 
J. W. Gregg, '04 
S. B. Haskell. '04 



H. F. Tompson, '05 

E. G. Bartlett, '07 
R. J. Watts, '07 
J. A. Hyslop, '08 
P. W. Pickard, '11 
T. J. Moreau, '12 

F. D. Griggs, f 13 
E. C. Edwards, '14 

G. B. Palmer, '16 

A. W. Spaulding, '17 



MAIL TO — THE TRBA8l'RRR— MASRAr-HI'SRTTfl AGRI f I LTI'RA I. r'fil.l.P.r.R — AMHRRHT. MASS. 



1019. 

For Value Recavetl, I gladly prombe-to ]my lo the onl. r of THE A.SSOC1ATE ALtTMNI OF 

THE HASSACHl'SKTTS Af.RKTLTtJRAL COLLEGE the sum of 

Dollars, in lour equal installments as follows:— on January 1, 1W0, July 1, 1 WO, July 1. 10fl, and July 1, 19ff . 

Payable at the office of the Treasurer of the MastMtcnusetta Agricultural Cnllegr, Amherst, Mass. 

Reserving the right of anticipating payments and of paying tne whole or any portion of the principal 
before maturity. 

CLASS 



ADDRESS: 



•••«••••••• 



••■•■••..■•.•a..-- 



gi«imiiiiM«iiiwniiiiiiiiiM 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 8, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 8, 1919. 





MANY EX-SERVICE MEN BACK 

Tills year, beaides the usual entering 
Hush, Atrtfe has many once fa.mlnir 
ftoMtO welcome back to the SSlBfHM. 
The following !■ a H*t "* 1,,e '' X - I,HM ' 
wlm have returned: 

Kx-IHIH. 

(J. [,. tioodridge 'SO 

T. 1*. Mitchell '20 

W. I. Goodwill 10 

K. 1). Hawley '10 

Weston Thayer '*»> 

Wesley Sawyer '20 

F. J. liinkK '20 

John ManK'inis '2(1 

Raymond lioyiitmi '2(t 

1*. J. Moynlban "2tt 

Kinu liabbit '20 

Carl Kennedy '20 

It. P. Holmes '20 

Harlan Worthley '20 

P. W. Hurlb«-rt '20 

Arthur Howard 10 

f. K Haker '2tl 

p, |{. Woo.lini: '20 

Kx-UIH*. 

I,ee Hurton '20 
Howard M. Qefl 11 
K. .1. Ma. .sell '21 
C, P. Whitlle '21 
Carl BpffBoll 11 
N. I*. Halihtldcr '20 
K«rl 1'ivv '20 
Jack Smith 21 

II. I'.M.Il" H 

MOSjtl Keatlio '21 

W. A. Haki-i H 
0, I.. Dunbar '21 
W. r. tlavln ») 
< harles t H>» U 
.l..l>n Sio.Ul.iidue. line. 

Kx-IMQ 

Frank Da*eii|M»r« "21 
|).>n:tld I .••ul '21 
•H.n" <irny '21 
1) \. third '21 
O. t. Dwvis "21 
Pfclllpfk Sewell H 
W I. Kimball '21 
Harry Murray "22 
I F. Ilaslam H 

Ik.ttitld lhl¥HilM.II 21 

Carrol Hunker H 

l; I. .lone* 21 
K. I». I^mlwrl '21 
UUVMO Fuller '21 
S. I. Freeman "** 
Raymond Vinton '22 
Hukmn llodffpoa *« 
Jules Kroec-k '22 
W. .V lumen '« 
Paul Reed M 



\IIMM NEWS 



Tb# following »»■ are a*P«ci«* l» 
be pTManl from North Candlna N Wurlil 
Ai»l«Bi*hl.Oel.*: H. B. Hanley *15, 
R.T. Fn«t "1ft, J. 0. Campbell 17, M. 
y,quudwl« 'If-, J«b« l«ell«l '14, H. W. 
But«r *itt. 

*tA,-ma*i»e «. ««»*• of 14ft Uurtb 
10m A«., U« Aa«l«a, Gal, baa 
bMfl dolus. B«W wutk for la» Ualvendiy 
ul California \n the tew»t part of the 
state lb* pa* y«'« 

»SS,-K. W, Poole »* M*W B***** *» 
battalion adjsla«l of lb* l** h Inf - S * ,af<l 
tiuards bww on duty !■ Beaton, 

^.—William l«. Howe is stjiHon«d at 
Hit >..ut h Armory Barton, being a n«r- 
geant In «be Utb Company f»w Hart- 



<18.— <l«om« Maliett and Sid johnwut 
•19 we MfK»Bl«n« an M. A. V, Club at 
Bridsaport, CflBn., which will b»v»a 
nwttil In the wmt ftlfM*. 

ir,.-IMek «•*» to alleodiBR the 
Harvard Uradaata School of l*nd«<-»pe 
Gardening, 



♦1ft,— Bail Diaper is in ebarye of the 
oampuiun among the alumni in Char- 
lotte, N. C. 

'15. "Dolly" Dole has a new posi- 
tion with the Berkshire County Farm 
Miireati. 

'lfl.— K. F. Damon is in the sales de- 
partment of the California Frail Crow- 
els' Kxehanye, at l.os Angeles. 

"lti. "Duke" Curraii is l.aek on the 
eampiis helpiiiK OaSeS ROM with the 
lonlliall squad. 

•) t j # _T. a, Roaers has returned to 
IJohton from Texas bringing* W ft «»*• 
prise, a bride. 

1, ( . — Uenjamiu Venei. who has been 
in . the sendee as mierobohuiisl and .amp 
food inspector, has r. turned to laii 
lirothers in Springfield. lie was 
main ied shortly after the armiMiee 
was signed to Miss tiollteh of SprintJ- 

tield. 

• 17 _Mji Ur ioe (i.il.Utein, foinialfy an 
ensign in the C. S. navy, took Up his 
position with the Plymouth (namely 
company the latter part of AuguM. 

17. -Paul Latham has gone out west 
lQ enter the tra.lol business. 

17. Hud Ross has charge of the Me- 
morial Huildiim campaign in the city of 
Huston. 

T7. The engagement "I Kay Irving 
to Misn Marjorie M.riil of Taunton is 
announced. 

•17 _"/ip" Wehsi.i and his Wit. 
w , ■!.• around the campus last week. 

IS. — Darwin S. Irvine «»l sberboru. 
If running for lepiesei.tat ivc Horn 
MtddtaMl county. 

m —Willard French is working b.r 
llo- U.ini.-r Mountain Fiuit Cu,.«ild- 
L.wn.M.I. Bob Collins has a position 
with the name linn. 

TU.-KIiol Buffum bas charge ..t t he 
dairy depart me»l at Walnut Hill Faun. 
Raines, Ten u. 

MU.^ '*Bunu> •' Ikiweti li« studying 
. . ( ui|»nieiii and automatic development 
hi llo NT** H "et UAoMMMlM "• '' ,l ' 
Western I i. ion lelegiai-h < ... 

U. V.u.e Fukk ban a ow.lt ho. M 
,ounl> agent in » UlWt Juuelbm, 

VI 

'19.— K. S. Falser U teaching ami 
,-nachlng athleileii al A I lento WB I'm- 
liaratory Seb«Hd. Alleniowo, Pa. 

*1«.— "Bill" MeKee l« «ot ibe editorlHl 
siatf.d the H*rk*kiri> H«Wd, 

lW,-"Carrle" |»htp|*s !• wwlataiil M 
l.itiiob»gi»t in Hudson, N. V. 

'H».-John Y«»alr left Bwt week i-i 
BalUwow, Md., wbBW he will lake up 
Ik* *mdy of medlelne at J«»hmi Hupklns 
liiirtudly. 

'IP.-LouH Hwt4»«ii hi laklug a grad. 
nate mntm \n micruMoIoH ■' lb * l ,,u 
veralty ol T«FBMtnl this tafl. 

•jo ,— Announeemenl has jurt bwa f«- 
rtlved of th« •■g«em«nl of Miss 
Bertha Howard Bwrowa to Harold 
Edwin a^wWlB«. 

»1B.— Raymond I'. Barkhnrst ba» b«u 
•lotng «it»miton work f«»f ths lowm 
fct«« ooU*g« In trte pooltn .lepartmeiit. 
His (WMflt addwM Is Ul Botwll ««., 
Awn, i " « •» 

•19.— ••RwP* Wa««baril Is working o« 
tho IbttlBH l%«eh Parm, Draft. m 

«lf,— Myrton F. K»w» ha* jn^t m- 
eor8dap.»«it'H»n with SwtH and D»„ al 
Pawtn«k«, ■• I. 

'!».— "Bod" (lowby h«t been em- 
ployed this summer 1*1 the liiimermm 
laboratory in Spriuglield doing analyt- 
ical woffc. 

%%-'W *^" Tirrel Nl siill In the 
army ami n*p«-ti lo jo tu Ala«ka. 




HERE 

Is the place for you to buy your 
clothes while you are in college. 
We have had over thirty years' 
experience in Belling goods to 
College men at reasonable prices. 
For every dollar that you spend 
here VOW get full value, and re- 
member that our goods make 
Hood or we will. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

(You know what I bey are) 

$35.00 and up 

Other good makes from $20 up. 

Largest stock of Convertible 
Collared Shirts in the state. 

Interwoven Sox— best sock 
made for hall a doll.tt . 



Leather Coats 
$23 up 



Sheep-lined Coats 
$14 up 



leatherette Coats 
$23 



F. M. THOMPSON S SON 

Good Clothes lor College Men 




Russell, Burdsall & Ward Bolt & lit Co. 

PORT CHESTER* NEW YORK 



wrrArtt.mitKn i»« 



BOLTS and 



The 



SZL EMPIRE -BSB 







BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE 

The Iiuniiionn of choosing the goods and measuring up nuisl 
naturally come before the pleasure of wearing the finished suit. 
Choosing in "Tom's" new daylight tCmporiuiu is simple enough— 
and measuring is a matter of moments. 

Consult Walsh ahout your new suits. 



SPRINGFIELD MEETING 
STARTS DRIVE WITH $4400 

Undergraduate Leaders Enjoy Din- 
ner and Enthusiasm of 
Older Men. 

Last Thursday at the Hotel Bridge- 
way in .Springfield a banquet was held 
as a pari of the big Memorial drive in 
that section of the state. Beside the 
alumni there were a number of other 
wen present, including President Butter- 
field and Prof. Hicks. Nine men from 
the student body were sent as guests, 
hecause of their work in raWaf the 
quota on the campus. Tlicv were 
Maples, fiawford, fruits, ami Harring- 
ton of 11120. Mcf'iirliy ami Fuller of 
1981, tlowiiy, t'ollins. ami Spring of 
1998. 

Toaslmaster M> i i«k introduced llo- 
first speaker of I he •V#all»Ki NV i 1 1 ;i i «1 
Muusoii '05, wln» bad to leave early for 
his lour of the Wesi lu rai-e money for 
At the conclusion of his | 



the ilrivi 



given I he 



.11 



CoIIl'UC 



short talk he 
eheer. 

In order ih.it each iniulil know all. 
each dam was .i-kc.l t.> stand as its 
number wa* railed. The class of 1H71 
was the first elans asked to <itand. 
There were two members uf this class 
present, Mr. Leonard and Mr. Tucker. 
The clans of 1917 hail the Iftlgatt at- 
tendance 

President Bulterllebl wan rslled OH 
foraword in regard to the gfNMftsI. 
one thought la particular was broimlu 
out in hi* remarks. It »;« that the 
time has eorac for the nluuuil in sup- 
port the college In a financial way. He 
reminded the men that a building of 
this kind U a thing that the state can 
imi give. If it is to be a true memorial, 
it tnmit he given to memory bj the Col- 
lage, not by the state. He mentioned 
toe Instance this summer when a group 
"I men mi i lie campus gave then 
bonus to the fund. HflMMfkad that 
a drive backed by thin spirit can imt 
fail. It mast go over the quota. 

i raw lord *», who alone eollected 
#T»4 In pledges, the highest amount 
turned la the college drive, was called 
cm for a few words, tie responded with 
a numerous story, illustrating faith In 
the future In pledging so much. 

Other men who spoke were Mr. Barry 
*7r,, Al Apauldlng T", Mr. Parker, and 
Mr. Curds. 

The meeting broke ap at H-4fi, after 
the nen present bad responded gener- 
ously aid pledged annul 9MB0 to the 
HmA, 




through the field lo Clark Hall. Praxy*i 
Hill, through the orchard In l...wt » 
I.ane, Xaat Pleasant Street . Fearing 
Street, Lincoln Avenue, and finishing 
on Alumni Field. This course Is about 
five miles In length. 

The following college athletic asso- 
datum* have written to Manager Ken* 
dall for meets; four of these appliea* 
llona will probably be accepted: Wil- 
liams, University of Vermont, Tufts, 
Boston College, l'ni\en«ify of Maine 
and New Hampshire M air. 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let us serve you. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St., "Hanip." 



PLYMOUTH INN Merritt Clark & Co. 



Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable — Every 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 

European Plan, 



CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS, 
HATTERS AND TAILORS 



Agents (or Society Brand Clothes 



144 Main St, Northampton, Mass. 




The "Gustation" of TVday— Efectrically Propelled 

THE U. a a M N#w Meaco," the first Sis atwfltary General Electric Turbine Geo- 

battleaWp of any nation to be eleetri- ermtora of 400 horsepower each, aopplw 

caUy propelled, u one of the most important powerfor nearly 500 B^^"*^ 1 * 

l^^^t. of the scientific ago. She not fans, shop machtnery, and kitchen and toon- 



only develops the maximum power and, 



dry appliances, etc. 



with electrical control, haa greater flexibility Utilising electricity to propel ships at sea 



of maneuver, which to a 
distinct naval advantage, 
but alio gives greater econ. 
omy. At 10 knots, her 
norma) cruising speed, she 
will steam on less fuel than 
the best turbine-driven ship 
that preceded her. 

The electric generating 
plant, totaling 28,000 horse- 
power, and the propulsion equipment of the 
great super-dreadnaught were built by the 
General Electric Company. Their operation 
has d emo n s t rat ed the superiority of electric 
propulsion over old-tune methods and a 
wider application of this principle in the 
merchant marine is Cut making progre ss. 



Figures that tell the 
Story of Achievement 

L«rtjph-624 f*ct 
Width— 97 fwrt 
Di»pl«ctm«ni — 32,000 ton* 
Ihwl capacity— « mflttoo i«l» 

Inns Cfa«l «l| 
fowwt - 28,000 •l»ctric«l 

pMMff 
1— »I 



marks the advanceme n t of 
another phase of the elec- 
trical industry in which the 
General Electric Company 
to the pioneer. Of equal 
importance has bam to 
part in perfecting electric 
transportation on land, 
transforming the potential 
energy of waterfalls tot use 
ii electric motors, develop- 
ing the possibilities of electric lighting and 
many other similar achievements. 

As a result, so general are the applications 
of electricity to the needs cf mankind that 
scarcely a home or individual today need 
be without the benefits of General 
products and 



i 



t/i inattrmtmi booklet <fe*erfbin4 thm "ft*w MtxJco," tt t fflM 
'Th- Elertria Ship," will km Mfif upon 



Genermt Bhmtrie Compmny, Bmmk 44? 



n»V •** Yurk, 



General Off! 




GeneralwElectric 



& Company S A% 



Offices in 
cities,. 











8 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 8, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 8, 1919. 



$26,000 PLEDGED 

[Continued from jiaite l] ^^^_ 

ner in wliich the short con rue meu came 
across. Self-organized, they raised the 
Bum of $3693. Surely the spirit of old 
Auuie lies not dormant within all of us. 
The following table gives the latest 
information on the campaign up to Oct. 
4. The faculty committee has not yet 
received all its returns, so a report will 
be made later of their success. The 
stenographers and clerical staffs around 
the campus have also promised us a sur- 
prise for next week. 

rOSTHIBUTIONB KY « I.ASHKS. 

$71<S1.1K) 



1090, 
Mil, 
1939, 
1998, 



0009,60 

3875.60 
47W1.00 



"BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

And other good things to eat. 

MRS. !m M. STEBBINS 

Middle Street. (Tel. 416-W) Hadley. Mass. 



Total, *21,K34.CKJ 

SNOUT < OUWHC I'l.KIXiKS. 

rm-lasKilif.l, 

Two-year men (special), 

(iraduate students, 



9,693.00 

150. IHI 



Northampton . . Mass. 

60LDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the Best 

PHOTO-PLAY 



• • • 

Are shown. 

Program changed dailjr except Monday 

and Tuesday. 

FKED'K J". BELMONT, Manager. 



Our Representative, MR. fl. SALTEN 



will be at the 



NASH BLOCK 



Total. •*•»■»• 

The follow'mu tftbta «iv«-s in a more 

,|. 'tailed form the sliowinu of the short 
ODIUM men : 

1990, two-year iiu-ii (15), M4B.00 

1991, two-year men, 1948.00 
Federal Hoard men, 1305.00 

Total. mmM 

The Ajrgie men who belong to tin- 
ledera' l.oard eotiiri I.uted *llMKi.U0. 

such waa lb« »pirll shown on the 
rMBpfiMla aiwenly-tourh..tireaiu|»aij,'n. 
Think of ii, over *1 000 per hour, total- 
ing in all over 930,000. 

The ten beat cam|>uiuii leader* ll 
,.rder of (he amount- turned in are; 

lMO—Jobn A. Crawford. Harold (J, 
Uarrineton, Jarow C. Maple* 1991 
tannjlO Fullar, Juatin J. McCarthy. 
Klloti J. MariseD, Kdward l,al.r..Mi/., 
IBS -Herbert Gullina. Hoharl iffttag 
ami Cariyla (lowdy. 



S. S. HYDE 

J*»XV**l«^r" mill Optioltiii 
1.) i'ii',i!..uii Street 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

B;oken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Flu Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

gat isf action » in* rant <•«•<! 



No Matter 

How Perfect 
Your Attire 

Voiir api'iaraix-e U marred iinletM yoiii 

Footwear is Correct 



E. M. BOs-L.ES 

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MUSICAL CLUBS MEET TO 

DISCUSS YEAR'S PROSPFXTS 

Good Material la Entering Claaa To 

at tk« org»nl«at'»oo a Succeaa. 

\i a meelinu held la»i Wednesday in 
Soeial Ciiion al.o<u 30 men reported to 
Manager Uorne aa trandidales for the 
Mualral CIuIm. At leant half aa many 
more aw eapected to report. 

Thia year promtae. to be a wry aac- 
rrwdul y»« forth* «lllba, aa a numlwr 
„f i he cdier ■•* *» baek and a» th«- 
etaw of 1933 aee-M to contain an «»< * -\>- 
Uoaal amount of rntt*«l ability. WW) 
Harlan Worth ley .Utaarlea B«ard_iaB and 
Theodore ftfltvfcall ■» • »wle«» t tBe «l u i» 
will eoninen« prartlw thla week, 
prof, f , P. Raw* will be faculty mana- 
ger t Mt y»»r, 

Aa yel no aehedale haa been made out 
but then*-*! wneerti will he held in 
II wl Ir v and aonie other ■■all town be- 
lore Chrirt»M. Oo Dec. 19, ike Boa- 
ton trip wUI eonrtwoee, !«•»»« nntil 
Ckri-tmaa. After the »«w Yeatf, «-.t- 
aerta will be «*▼« *• Wo»*#ter, Spring- 
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clilce. 

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OPPOSITE THE TOWN HALL 



PROSPECTS FOR DARTMOUTH 
GAME ARE FAIR-M.A.C. LIGHT 



Neither Team baa Showed Except- 
ional Ability or Speed. 

Tbe second (•iinie on the football 
srheihile, to be played with Dartmouth 
at Hanover next Saturday, should lie 
fast and interesting. In the liuht of 
last week'B games, M. A.C. should hold 
the log (Jreen team down to at least a 
small seore. 

Dart mouth opened their season two 
weeks ago with Springfield, and tore 
tbe latter's tirsl Hue to pieees, piling up 
forty points, without their own goal be- 
ing seriously threatened. In that con- 
tent, Robertson, the Dartmouth half- 
hack, played a rcmaikahle game, while 
the entire hacklield were constant 
gainers. Cannell, as quarter, played 
well, and llolluouk, who substituted 
for him In I hi last «|iiuiier, did some 
good forward passing. However, fum- 
bles were frequent in the Dartmouth 
hack Held, ami the play was loose 
throughout. 

I.a-i Saturday, Dartmouth played 
Norwich, and was held down to a H> 
■core, all the Green points coming in 
tbe last part of tbe game, Dartmouth 
■bowed lack of good form in almost 
e»ery department, tbe backs balng nn> 
able to gain through tbe cadet's line. 
Itobertsoii kicked well, having the 
bettor of a duel with the Norwich 
quarter, Robertson, also, with Hol- 
brook, made most of Dartmouth's gains. 
Fumbling was costly, a fumbled punt 
being carried to the t.rceii'* life-yard 
line iu the iirst period, and only Robert- 
son's toe prevented a touchdown. No 
one in tbe Dartmouth I'm- played a par- 
ticularly good game, though moat of 
the tackling was dune by the secondary 
defence. 

Do Aggie's aide, Pond is expected 
cnuiitiT-balari.-r the punting of Roh- 
II.' kicked well in tbe first 
game, and his goal from placement 
was clean-cut. I'ond also showed up 
well aa a ground-gainer, making several 
short runs In addition to his long 
(■print for a touchdown, I<ent also 
made many gains for M. 4, C. Forward 
passing was not a success In the first 
contest, and only once during the game 
was a gain made by this means. 

The line, when the team lacks veter- 
an skill, showed need of much bolster- 
lag for the attack of the heavy Dart- 
mouth bocks, The Connecticut team 
gained rather disconcertingly through 
the line last .Hat urday, especially In the 
third period. On tbe other band, fum- 
bles were not frequent. 

From the evidence at hand. It seems 
that the two teams meeting next Sat* 
nrday have similar weakn es s es la their 
lines, and that both depend on their 
backs to cover that weakness. Consid- 
ering these facta, Aggie can look for a 
well-fought content, with even a remote 
hop* for a victory. 



POMOLOGY CLASS GOES TO 

THE NORTHAMPTON FAIR 

Lastf Thursday the Senior class In 
pomology *f. made a trip to the Norih- 
IptoB fair to study the pomologleal 
exhibit. Accompanied by Mr. Drain 
I of the pomology department, the class 
[took the 1-30 trolley. I'rof, Sears was 
f the official judge at the fair, and after 
[the students had been given an oppor- 
tunity to st tidy how the fruit bad been 
(placed each student was required to 
[place five different varieties to test his 
Willy at judging. The class looked 
snnd for suggestions for the Senior 
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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, OctoberJlttM. 



Spring by I lie members ol lliis Hush for 
Fanners' week. The efaUH was die* 
missi'il about 8-00 o'clock, anil those 
who wished remained to see t ht« rent of 
the fair anil to return home later in the 
day. The trip was eotisidered a de- 
rided success and many of the boys 
learned to distinguish more varieties 
than they would otherwise learn in a 
long lime. 



ALUMNI BANQUET DATES AR- 
RANGED FOR OCTOBER 25 



All Aggie Graduates and Ex. men 
Should Attend a Banquet. 

The following banquets for World 
Aggie Night have been dilinitely derid- 
ed upon. The place and lime and local 
leader is given in as many cases as 
possible. 

Havana, fill. a, Moid Plaza, 7 P.M. 
W. K. Leonard 10. 

Huston, City Club, MO P. N. W. V. 
Haydeii, »lt. 

Chicago, III., I'tiion la-ague Club, 7 
P. m Theodore Moreau, M2. 

Worcester, State Mutual liesiauriint . 
t;. Melican, '16. 

Providence, K. I., Hold Dreyf uss, 6 
p. M., Willis fisher, 'OH. 

Albany, N. V.. Hotel Ten Kyck, t v. 
M„ Kicl.ard Smith, '17. 

Ia>s Angeles, Cal., Hotel Dark. K. f. 
Damon, '10. 

New York City, Cltj dab, 7 f. H., A. 
T. Heals, It* 

M. Paul. Minn., MOO llyihe Street. II. 
K. Hayes. 'OK. 

Cleveland, ohio,2i78 South Overlook, 
A. D.Taylor, '06. 

Washington, D. C, < iisliinans < il< . 
H r. m., J. A. Ilyslop. IH. 

San Kransisco, Cal., Kolavi* Ueslau- 
rant, 7-30 v. u., J. W. Bragg, '04. 

BfOW Orleans, La., Hotel (irunwald. m 
p. M., II .1 Seal, ItO. 

spiniK'tiel.l. o-l.l t\ m. Ilridgway (.rill. 
Walter Harlow, '00. 

Kucoiiraging news concerning the 
Building fund has been received from 
W. Munson, '05, the alumni NpMMOtl 
live In the Went. Speaking of the en- 



Kmal Sociology department, has been, 
placed here by Hie Kedorul Hoard tot 
vocational e.lucatioii as co-oidinator to 
make adjustments for the o.,v ei nii.ent 
with soldiers detftHad to the college 

Courses lor the two-year students in- 
clude courses in agronomy, animal 
husbandry, dairying, farm business, 
pomology, horticultural manufactures, 
poultry, rural engineering, vegetable 
gardening, entomology, iloricult lire, 
forestry, brglOB* and sanitation, Eng- 
lish, farm and community problems, 
and rural home life. These courses are 
so arranged as to be quite general, ami 
at the same time give the students the 
grasp of the subject that he needs. The 
course is quite practical and contains 
much individual laboratory work. 



INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES 

Credit to C. A. C. 

Connecticut Aggie should be given a 
lul of credit for continuing with their 
football schedule after having a ment- 
l.crof their team killed in the lirst game 
of the season. That ll enough to 
dampen I he lighting apM! ""'' enthiisi- 
,,sm of any eleven, yd I hey put up a 
siuhborn tight fiom start to finish Sat- 
urday alternoon on Alumni Held Credit 
where credit is «lue; ball oil lo Cou- 

ncctict Aggie! 

German Revives. 

Though the idea of dropping the 
|t«dy ol lieruiaii from BOVOroJ 
iebOOl and college curriculum 
Imcii advanced more or less . it i* rather 
interesting to note that at Trinity t lie 
enrollment in the Herman <•..ur-.es, es- 

, loll) beginners, l.eiman ha* gamed 

at the oxpoOOt ol Spanish. 

Pep from Football. 
At a football mas* medio g held In 
Alexander Hall at Princeton a abort 
time ago. a large number of alumni re- 
returned to attend and heir Coach 
Ropoi tell what wan what aod why hi 
Princeton football, all ot which «»*« («» 
show that foolbnll enthusiasm cultivates 
a love ol Alma Mater. 



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17. -Mr. and Mm. Bdwla Warren 
Clark announce the mama-, ol 'h.n 
daughter, Ksther Myra, to ObarlOl VVai- 

tbnslum of Lho alumni he nays, "The j ren rjtttlJn, on Saturday, »e| i 

alumni are certainly glad to have some 

one from the east OOOM to see them, 

one man came over one hundreil miles 

lo he present at an Informal meeting 

last night." 



SHORT COURSE ENROLLMENT 
UNUSUALLY LARGE THIS YEAR 

Nearly Two Hundred Two year Men 

and Women Desire Practical 

Training. 

Tbo new short course which has been 
marted at M. A. C. this fall seem* to 
bate met with considerable success In 
drawing students. The preseat enroll, 
ment ha* alreaily reached 178; a num- 
ber which will probably be Increased 
within the neal month to about »5. 
There an 12 men now enrolled lo the 
one-year poultry eourse which is a 
limited coarse, iestde* these there are 
10 taking a one-year course in rural 
engineering. The n»i of the 172 nre 
taking the two-ye«t ^orse. Forty men, 
so far, ha*e been sent here by the Fed- 
eral Board far ToeaHonal education, 
and some K lo 60 more i«b men a» 
expected to be sent here hf the end of 
Octol^r. M. A, C, baa been made the 
training center tor the first dritriel, 
which includes all of Hew England ex- 
cept OonnecUeni Mr. Norttaki, of the 



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This issue of the Collegian is being sent to M. A. C. Alumni by the Pacific Coast Alumni Associa£o^ R A R y ^ ^ 

OCT 16 1919 



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MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



No. 3 



TAYLOR WINS HOLSTEIN 
JUDGING PRIZE AT CHICAGO 

Team Fares Poorly Among Born 
Stock Judgers of Middle West. 

Ia. one of the keenest stock judging 
con teats ever held at Chicago the Aggie 
team received twelfth atoea. There 
were fifteen teams competing and these 
were well scattered over the country, 
ranging from New Hampshire to Wash- 
ington, and from the Dakota* to North 
Carolina. 

one of the brightest factors of the 
contest was the showing made by E. 
Taylor '90, who romped away with 
the first prize In the llolslein class. 
Taylor has had considerable experience 
in judging cattle by assisting his father 
who is a cattleman of wide repute at 
the various expositions. The capturing 
of this prise by Taylor gives him, auto- 
matically the Hotsteln scholarship of 
four-hundred dollars that will allow 
him one year of post-graduate work in 
any Agricultural collegeof the country. 
The results of the contest are entirely 
satisfactory to the Animal Uuabandry 
Department, for it must be considered 
that the state college* of the west have 
a great advantage over ns by being 
near to so many cattle raising districts. 

TRIAL RESULTS OF CROSS 
COUNTRY TEAM PROMISING 

First Seven Kan Within 976 Tarda in 
Firnt Race Oeer Three 

Mile Course. 

The cross country tryoat last Saturday 
showed that Aggie has excellent ma- 
teria) for a fast team. At the end of the 
run Male led Gordon by about half a 
yard, while Lyons, t»rey, West, Craw- 
ford aod Murray, in the order named, 
H were well-buncbed Immediately behind 
them. Tanner '3S, did well for (hp 
Freshmen, coming In eighth. Grey, 
««(, Slnrray. Ball. Bedding, llasl.ni, 
Becker and rivers are candidal es for the 
team not mentioned In last week's Issue. 
The schedule has sot yet hnee given 
out , but ll is hoped that a meet can be 
arranged with W. 1'. I. next Saturday 
afternoon In Amherst, In addition to 
the football game, 

Cross country has always been popu- 
lar at M. A. C„ and many good teams 
bare been developed in past years. Last 
year, becsBse of the uncertain war con. 
dltions, only one meat was held, and in 
that Springfield was beaten. 

Nothing is known of the strength of 
any of the teams with which M. A, >*, 
may compete, as few meets have been 
held thus far (fats fall, but with the m%- 
terial on band a successful seaso n may 
be looked forward to. 



The Alpha Gamma Kho Fraternity 
announces the pledging of Newton C. 
Lincoln 11, of Hewton, 



FIRST INFORMAL OF YEAR I IJQrr AGGIE ELEVEN 
COMES SATURDAY, OCT. 18 



TEAM 



Committee Flans For Large Attend-] 
ance-Footb.ll and Cross Country p^ p^^j j^ j . $| rjg^.jft m Ten Yeirt \* H A. C. 

Give More Intertainment. 



Saturday Oct. 18 witnesses the stag- 
ing of the first informal of the year on 
the campus. The affair will be held in 
the Drill Hall as in ye good old days 
with the college orchestra.furnishing 
ilu- music. It has been so arranged 
that the informal will furnish a sub- 
sidiary item lo the extensive program 
of the day, which consists of the W. P. 
I. football game, and possibly a cross- 
country race. Dancing will eommence 
as soon after 3-80 as possible. 

The committee in charge Is making 
extensive preparations in anticipation 
of a record breaking attendance, and 
certainly no pains will be spared to 
make the first informal of (be year the 
most successful since the war. How- 
ever, the success of the event de- 
pends upon the student body and their 



[Genstsssd on mas Ml 



M. A. C. lost to Dartmouth 27 to 7 
last Saturday In a well fought game at 
Hanover, in which Aggie crossed the 
Green goal line for the first time la 
ten years, and mads the first Mora 
against Dartmouth on her home field 
since before the war. Dsrl mouth's line 
far outweighed the Aggie line, but 
failed to make consistent gains on 
center plunges, most of the Green gains 
being made on tackle plays and end 
runa. Pond scored Aggie's one touch- 
down after four spectacular line plunges 
in which the ball was carried only l 
yards In the four downs. 

Aggie won the loss, Dartmouth kick- 
ing to Aggie's five yard line, where 
Dartmouth recovered the hall from a 
fumble and sent It over the line fur a 
touchdown, by a series of tackle plays, 
end runs, sod straight line plunges. 



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Total undergraduate ooatrlbaijoae to October 10th, 

Total of all contributions to October 10th, 866,117. 

•OM^rmUw proportion «f «wn conWhrtag, to tbetotsl ws*sr id art**! frs^sfea, fm* 
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Here the weight of the Dartiuoiit h team 
sti.iwi-il to bettor advantage than at any 
other time during the game. 

I'uud oaagbl the ■a non d bleb taf and 
ran to our 20 yard line wbere be was 
tackled and later made a three yard 
gain through center only to loose the 
ball on an lorSTQiptsd forward pass. 
Kckberg of Dartmouth broke through 
ibe line with the ntiden hall.liut was 
laid low in nearly a clear Held by one of 
Whittle's pretty tackles. Aggie I hen 
held Dartmouth lo idn.ri gain* on sev- 
eral line plunges until *he recovered 
the hall on one of Dartmouth* iiiimi. 
ce**ful attempt* to make a gain. Pond 
kicked the I. all to tlte 56 yard line. 
where Uanneli ol Dartmouth ratigbl it 
and mads a run through a broken field 
to oar 16 yard line. Aggie then regain- 
ed the ball, and Dartmouth was penal- 
ised 10 yards. Tond kicked to the 40 
yard line where Aggie soon regained 
ibe ball hy intercepting a forward. 
Pond again kieked ami the bsli wan 
•.topped on the 46 yard line. The < Jreen 
i heu hand it bard lighting and ju»t 
made Ibeirdlatanceun the fourth down. 
Holbrook made a touchdown after a 
bard Rchl near t be Aggie line, making 
the score 14 to 0, A couple of mlnules 
later the first half ended. 

The second bsll brounht onr man 0*4 
eves morn determined than ever to 
hold the Green line sod "carry ll to 
'em". Dartmouth k irked to our 16 ysrd 
line, and Pond kicked bsck lo the 
yard line. M. A. 0, sgaiu ravuveie.l 
the ball only to have Dartmouth scoi. 
on a blocked kick. 

Aggie** turn then came to score, and 
the hall went over the line on a series 
of brtliisni toiwnrd* .aught by Grayson 
and a bard §ght at ibe end. Pond 
kicked off to the 10 yard Hue wbere U 
A. V, was penalised 6 yards for being 
off aide. Aggie thua got the ball and 
kicked along the ground to the 46 yard 
line. Grayson recovered I he ball on an 
intercepted forward, and made a Si and 
a It yard gain on forward* which were 
a feature of the game. Dartmouth wa» 
then penalised § yards, (fringing 
hail to her two yard line, where Aggie 
pushed it over, against stubborn resis- 
tance, on the fourth down. Lsinl then 
kicked a goad and the snore stood 11 In 

7. 

Pond was pul out of the game noon 
after Aggie- ■ score, and the M.A.t*. 
line began to show the re#uU of a hard 
fight. The Dartmouth Hiic.renewed by 
substitution*, made one more touch- 
down, but failed to score a kicked goal, 
closing (he game with the score 17 t« ". 
Pond at quarter wasAggie*»ouintHn.l 
lag star, (hough forced lo leave the 
game from injuries is the last quarter. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobbers or Wroin.Mil Iron unit Brass Vine. 
Valves and KHtingi f<» Steam, Water unU 
(ins, Asbestos and Mmgnetia hetter and t ipe 
i overlngs.Hpei nttoBfcetea. MM Supplies 
Knaineeri and < onttmetori far st.-am ami 
il,, t Water Heating. Automatic Bertnaie* 
Byatems Kollei and Knitine Connections. 

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Merritt Clark & Co. 

CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS, 
HATTERS AND TAILORS 



Agents for Society Brand Clothes 

144 Main St., Northampton, Mass. 



WOODWARD'S 
LUNCH 

27 Main St,, Masonic Building, 
Northampton. Mass. 

LUNCHES SOPH IC E CREAM 

Clostd only from t A. M. to 4 A M. 



1923 

College Stationery 

Wlih seal and Numeral* 

Desk Calendar Pads 

Willi 1. ;,!:,... e ••! 1MB »"d -ill "• : 

All kind* <»f 

FoMtiin Pens. BHNfS »»d Loose-leaf Books 

A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer and Stationer 
MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

RUOS AND CARPETS 

- R. U. M Ag»it ■«*« — 

PRIVATE DANCING LESSONS 

Mabelle Mills 

Pott Office Block. Amherst. 

College Barber Shop 

NORTH COLLEGE 
1920 Styles 1808 prices 



The Aggie line ibowed stubborn rosis- 
! W ©etO the h.-auerliueof Dartmouth 

and ibowed eoBetderable ability at tor- 
ward pwm, Grayroa at right end 
caught several WBtAttooaJ paSsee aad 

deserves considerable credit tor his 
work. Goodwin at center ulno did some 

Sol work agaiaal men who far cat- 
we l K bed him. other men who deserve 
mention are King for his tine tackling 
and line ,»lay, Whittle for tackling, Lent 
for his line |.lnimes.aud Holmes for play 
against a hard opposition. 

Eokberg and llolbrook were the stars 
r„r the Grace tM»i ]mlh 8|«**|«Oi- 
spieionslv in their line attacks. Daft- 
mouth tailed to make any successful 
foward passes, alM.»iuib several were 

al 1 cm pled. 

The Aggie team was well supplied 
OBtba bleacher*, and the sixty-live OX 
aevattt] students who were there to 
cfaee r the team oa deserve credit for 

thalr loval support. Such a showing M 
ihat so far away from home shows that 
ltll . ul(i Ali «h- Kpiril is still with us. 
The line-up: 

ovkimoiiu. **••« oO«U». 

Mciiitt. Strong, Worth, le 

i,., <;raysoii, Jakeman 

Boaoeahart, Healey.ll n, Kinu 

Map Moore, Palmer* Haltotj . If 

r-j. Hunker. Gray 

Caaslagbjua, si.cpiierdson, c 

,-. Goodwta, Daggetl 

Yoogetrooa, Wlable, m 

lii, MacIiit..sh.rotton.t.iavln 

Marahj . Bhelbajrae, r > 

It, Holmes. Ucwiui:, Holmes. DeWlBf 

1 oggswell, Threeble, CoggeweU, 

Jordan, re la, «.l:.*ii..Kr...-ma.. 

I Al, Watte,** o>.Poaa\are»eea 

\V».«.,i, Siegfried, lhh rhb.Uot 

Bckberg, ll..n.r...,k.rhh lhh. Whlllle 
Jordan. Sutitneler. SchaUtBff, lb 

lb, Poole 

.,..,. Dattaoatb *i, M ewe eh ai 
v-uies T. Touchdowns. HopibrookS, 
liooaaabanr, ■ekbatf. P >• ""»'" 

,,,,„, ....I. iidown*. rimnlnicbam*. 
liriMik. Lent. 

r,»»pir. Dorialcfe el Kseler. H 
Mttaee, Larkln ..f Holy cross. Time, 

II niiiiilie B Oflo de. 



1,111 and beautifying tlie grounds. As] 
the war department has made this hos- 
pital a permanent insi i 1 nl ion, much 
landscape work will be necessary to keep 
pace wilh the new building program in 
force there. The task tf completing 
this work in an artistic manner. Is keep* 
ing with the general beauty of our na- 
tional capital, lies before him. The 
< (,i,i.i;i.ian wishes him success in his 
new enterprise. 



OWN H ALL 



Thursday 

Mat. at ■ 
Lve. at K 



11 



FRESHMEN WIN FIRST GAME 
DEFEAT MONSON 57 TO 



Friday 



Unusual Speed of Yearling Eleven 
Scattered Monson Hopes. 

In their first game of the season, the 
Freshmen won, tfl the nine oi ">7-(>, at 
Monson Academy. Saturday. Playing I 
snappy, thorough game ttoin ihe kick- 
oil" to the final whistle, the hard drills 
ot Couch McCarthy, a former Muiim.h 
and Aggie star, showed gratitying re- 
sults. The liist touchdown came after 
tive minutes of play. From then on the 
Freshman goal was m-ser in danger. 
Monson lightened up in the third i|iial" 
ler and beld for the time being, bill the 

iic-hmcn reaaeeed their rlatoftoae 

march in the la^t session. 

Their forward passing was ol a high 
order.the greater part of ibe U M being 

lUIIIJUMfal The feature ol the | 
\sa- i .;.,•, ■■■n* lilt >;ml run, Uecetviug 

Ibe ball ai the kokoti on the KVjrard 
due. baton np tbi laid "«» M oaeea ^i W> 

>iird due before be irae doa 1 

Sarurut.Tarplin.andGrajni i«oalled 

for the Freshmen, and Hradv f— 

lei fat Muiixoii. 

rto- -iiiiiiii.it 1 

M. A. I . rPJUKMI *. MON-OS \. \1- 

I. n Uou. \. WiUon. b- n in .dw«y 

l.atoui. It n. Mdrld, doff I 

Mobor, Lg rg. \: ea, aatai 

Bard] • ' ' , '' 1,:u " 

l.iiddington. Modgatt, Algei, ru 

lg. Ami' 



Mat. at 3 
Bve. at S 



Saturday 



M:it ilt 3 

g tt -a stn'«* 

6-45, 8-30 



Monday 

Mat. at 3 

Ks •>, at • 



Marguerite ClarK tad Rich- 
ard Barthelmeio In 

Three Men and a 6irl" 

I roH Kd«a.,l ' lill<ls< ar|.eti- 

t er «g Broadwa> oocce**. me 
Tbree liears." I he t BM« wars 
are tares men. all "° m "*\ 
haters-ttait ta.thei me until 

"b«1 meet Maruueiite-tl.eti 
the fun t>e«ttiB. *>ne "' ' '"'•"' 
boppy.OWapPJ <-<iuien> (llamas 

thin pleases swarfboar. 
Newt Weekly. Mutt and Jeff 
Topics of the Day, Coaiady 

"WILD YOUTH" 

from Bh «. ill" it Parker's 
well-fcB«wn Bo»al.wblca deals 
wUa thetme-ulil eallof ra«B 

to yiiillh, 

Pictoaraph j ie«i Comedy 
" Vod-a-vil Movie. 

Wn. S.Hart ami Jaaait* 
Haacea la 

••The Poppy 6irl's Husband" 

v different M>rt <>r " H»rt pie- 
tare 1 wooderfalll l>«umn 

;,,, \ , 1 -.hi I'lMin 'i*i o erooks 

,,1,, ..I tlic liiicteii lUaiUles' 

W rti - bi Jack !•..•> I--, ixjn't 

m tM il i''* <lllieienl. It ■ a 

I", ',V„ "Th. Carter Case." 
,i„. ,„•« 1 rats Kennedy serta.1 
In Arthur It. »*•*•*• te.iuii 
ins Merbert Rswliason sad 
, Marssret Marsk. 
News Weekiy.Ueyd Comedy 

Alice Joyce In 

»»The Third Degree," ..J,, 

rrnni I "h H i" a Kioto's rameas 
.mar -"■ • .•«. it i-« !«»*•■«•• 
falVii-** ..t the vteioos ->- 
cited thud degree' ostein 
„»,.,l \n potwe to extort **>»• 
ri.#»i«tn» frniii pii»"«ers vrltn 
, gard .,, in, 11 palsakM 
jjullt «,r tiiiini erii «•■ 
PkotopUy Maaaxlae •■ the 
Screen. »hi>wltut some »t tJJ» 

,,, | fl nam ns tri«»y rwliy 

area* aoaf sad in tbsatadW' 
ratko Review C««edy 




We baw 



COACH DICKINSON LEAVES 

M. A. C. FOR WASHINGTON 



Refexae, fafla ef Broara« | oiay aa>, il II, Halat 

Bbofsaa, Blaaebaid,ta 

li>. H. Albro. Iluidon 
Tarplln. qb -i 1 '. M««.uiie. >i,,ne 

aid, J. WMaeo, Ibb 

rbb, < albro, Brown 
Sargent, rhb lbh, Ht-ue 

„ ,i, lb, later, Boaaa 

M \. 0. Irishmen :.T Toiich- 

,.s, Tarplin 8, Bargeal -'. Otayaoa, 

Moh..r. .1 Wlleoa, I'dau. ii nil. «*)al» 

from umebdowa, Orayeoa t, Keferpr. 

(,.„!.. I uipite, UiUlard. Hr-ad l.lnw- 
mai Ttasa, Itaila. periodb. 



«SAY IT WITH FL0W1»S W 

w. have • -nppii "f fi- 

Carnations, Roses, Violets 

Aleo Potted Pteote 

i.lsnWS ON TBKCAbtn - 



Will Take Up Work of BeautifyinB 
Reed Hospital Grounds. 
I ue ilaaaniirc. Thursday. of I^ut- 
B lH«faBafM. K'. Miporfauadeai al 
.....nod» department, and ahw varaliy 
track caeli. to lake up landarape work 
a , ibe Wader rUMld t4»B*r»l Uoapltal. 
Waahinatna, L». C, hi viewed "»ih mueh 
rogrut by iM.ih ibe .tndenis and faculty 

«f the Cotlefe. 

„ 1, Dieblaeea »«• Rradoatad froai 
Ibhl eoll-e.. in 1910, leaftaa liablnd him 
an enviable sewrd id track achieve- 
■MStt. S«»n after, he accepted the 
po^non .if superintendent «.f ground*, a 
r. .pomttbiliiy wbhfh he handlfd until 
r. ,, utlv. The notably npl«nd<d appear- 
„,,.■!• or iba aamaoa at all Htmia ip«ah» 
well for hU work in this line. 

The phase »f hi. effort, were better 
known 1.. the student- in bis work with 
,hr. track teata. l^iai the time „i Imp 
ftadaalroa be had acted m track coach, 
Uretojdrm «cb mt* m Nicoiet aad 
VfbHaey. M. A. t;,«w» much «»i h«t 
,„,.„„ in track to hbt cffoHs 



New Shoe Store 



Complktk Niw Stock 

Expert Repair Work Done 

Shok Shimk Stastj 
j. C1NSBURC. 1 9 Plea— t *&•« 

»>earr»at«ll«B«rf 

Students' Appliances 

RUMERY & HI Beclrteians 



SHORT COURSE GAMK 

The two year men, playing ihoir Unit 
game of the ceaaea ertia det ea i ed b| 

WillUton \.a.iem> Satorda! **• 
l»c*plie the fact ihey had Iteen In onl- 
form but lourdaT" prcriona to the game 
the short cotiwe men developed a tut- 
priidnB *t«>lne pnwer. The WW- 
lUti.n teiini ha.l the aiHanli'ire of weight, 
training, and previous playing »»per» 
ienee, End runs and line plunges nei- 
led the home Scam a total of *' jmlnu. 
Itaym.md and I'ickard saeelled for the 
,1 ..M-rottfee wen Clifford fur Mon«on. 
It,., lineup for ibe two year men' 
I^Kifirr re. J*nplM»K rl. Ti;«l'"i' ru. 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELS 

Let ua aerve you. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St., "Hamp." 



Dept. of Floriculture 

Telephone WO 



Perkins f»». PtaM 1 
inaddiaon l,» hU other duHr», 1^],^,^. The llnnup 

Hllolil.llll.il 



i. -. i' , kard tactinsi 
,1,. Hied Ibb, 

,iir Id minute pe 
of ihe \Villi«r..n 






acted m temporary general a»aa«er of 
non-atbleitc wrflvlilei darltME Ibe paa* 

vear. 

roach Dicklnwm fota to the Walter 
ii.,,,1 Hoftpital for thepafpoee of laying 



learn 



|rt, — Horn on .Itilv !•, a' MnyTilb*, 

1^ V,, Beatrice Bydaay, daa»Thtei el Mr. 

and Mr», H. W. Bishop. 



PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable— Every 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY 

European Plan. 



INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES 

The Tufts' football testm is to bold 

mm ret praetlee the Bail loo* days' <>i 

each week, as the authorities feaf the 
presence of I'eptesentaiives of othctiti- 
stiltilions ainotie ibe siitdciith who 
watch the daily worknuil. Crpaa ptae- 
tiee will be held every r'riduv mill on 
the day pieced hm :i trip. 

Princeton has insiitnied an arlilleiy 

reserve oflioer'e iralatag course, with 
riding soon to begin. Fifty eatalry and 
j , u ti 1 diait boiae* bate been obtained 

from Ihe War I >epart meiil fm thin 

ptllpOHC. 

Tin' Tfih. a semi-week!> publUhad el 
M. I. T. beet be ea viable record of aula* 
terra p ted public*! It o durlag the p;« s t 

three yeai'h, iiicludinir the siimmci' 

season. 

A discussion Ih belag carried ob in 
f he editorial columns ol T%t flareord 
('i-iiiimm as to the advisability ol siibsti- 
tiiiinu lyntbetlc foods lor those now 
being ierred in ibedtnlag balls. Baaed 
upon ihe elements eootafeed Is fall 
;ind sogers, tbi reoepc for scrambled 

em:* is "To otic quart ol water add 

three quarts ol saaltgbi and grad nelly 
beat to a low temperature. Beeaos to 

taste and -1 1%, cold." \\ ha) will In 1 lo- 
ne st " I.I .a' /" I hilt otll Ii ill lied I lie I hi imi 

of Barvatd wllleonooci '•' 

Btcveae Institute bai dt veloped ■ new 
style la PToah^opb contests known is 

the Cage Hall Hush. The t'auc Mall in 

on il niei "i 1 paab*ball< 1 b< '•< ami 

are divided Into three or tour equal 
parts, lielnjr raaged In lineH 10 to jt* 

yards, apait , parallel lo ihe goal poeta, 
wblcb an the same attbiMcul I I 
bell in Ni, 1 acb team bai Ifi bi 
Ibe t'teiii. Tbi i" peas the ball 

Hti't ibe bar between ibe poati wltboal 
sltowlag ttte ball 10 loaeb lbs 

llilicr rtiles iniikc the u;,tiie sal. ami 

ihe • eliminate ibe msmlhil- 

Its ,.i lajui 



shown his ability as a dropkicker, aad 

within the 80-yard line his |00d riuht 

tOe can make trouble lor his opponents. 

The following will probably be the 

lineup sent agetaei Worcester Tech: 

(.l.niii, le; Holmes, it: Banker, lg; 

Goodwin, e: Mcintosh, fgj King, rl ; 

Qrayson, rs; Cept. 1'ond, qb; Whittle, 
ibb; Poole, fbj Lent, rbb. 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

TiunsiiAV, Oi t. id. 
7-:iO p. m. - Musical Club Rehearsal. 

Fnifi.v v, o< t. 17. 
7-;ni \. ii.— Chapel. 

S \ I I i;ti A \ , Oi 1 . in. 
;;.ii!> r. m. Football', M. A.C. vs. W.IM., 
\ lumni Field. 

8*00 P. v.— Football, M. A. C, Fte*b« 

men vs. t.reentield , at (,iccu- 
tield. 

Cross i otintay Meet, M. A. <'. 
%s. \v. p, I., at Amherst, 
(pending), 
8-80 f. v.— First Informal, Drill Hall. 

7-tMl I-. vi. — President's reception to the 
Flesh men. 

Mom h w . <»< 1 80. 

7-;*,(i a, a.— t'hilpel. Pledge day. 

VW.I'M -I' \^ ^ 1 . i~. 
:{.imi c, m.— Assembly, Adelphia foruui. 



Safety Razors—All Hakes of Safety Razor Blades 

Shaving Sticks and Shaving; Creams 

Cigars, Cigarettes and Smokers' Articles 

Waterman Fountain Pens 

Fountain Pen Ink: Blue Black, Jet Black, Violet and Green 

Eastman Kodak Films and Film Packs 

Developing and Priming Attended to Promptly. 



Deuel's Drug Store 



"SHORTY" BERMAN 



•Selh 



M. A. C. SHOULD WIN GAME 
AGAINST W. P. I. SATURDAY 

Showing of Aggie Team In First Two 
Games Better Than Worcester's. 
In 1 lo- third name of I be aeeeon 

Bg AuhI« e!eM - n vi 1 11 Hue up 

strain*! vTofeeeteT Tech Satafday nfter- 

11 al Mil on Alumni Field \fier 

laklag loiinniicut Agate lata camp 

|.". ',, and holding tbi big fireea elevea 

ih,!,- ,, . s. t» rciiwill to «.« Il.Hi 

thai r.-.o h 1. 1, s ebafgee mill 1** ea 
1 he hlg 1 iid ••; Iboagb tin 

easy ^mteet is lonk*«l tor. 

Worcester Te«*h Is re por ted la gave 1 
lean fully a» fa*t a* I bat of letaiei 
ynsrs and one wbhfh wilt no doobl put 
up a stiff reaUiamsf bj Ibi Maroon and 
w hne .1- u eaao the 

Wor.e.i.r l...ss * <■- W.s 

Ityan 8*0, and bast ^lartfcii Ibaj Natl to 
It, I" 1,. 18-0, 



Shoes and Hosiery 

Highest quality at reasonable prices. 



MUSICAL CLUBS START WORK 
WITH MANY CANDIDATES 

Worthley Leader of Glee Club. Board- 
man of Mandolin Club. Ooacb 
Hot Tet Secured. 

1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ii the peal week ihe musical 
eiui.s bane beeoaee more fully organ 
Tneedaj evaalag ibe glee dab 

tie!,! a 1 ll in the old chapel. 

Prof Band, wba 1 lobe faaaltj man 

tbbj roar, Aral s|»oka a lew words 

, mi regale I Ions ibal ere 

to be oal this pear. At Ibe eoa- 

elusion ; his «pecch Manager Hume 

asked f< t" 1 e leader. 

Harl.iu UTorthlev i'cJ 11 w;i« m,minatt<d 

and immu iiniti'1) elaeled, Tbe men 

were aselfrnvd their pints and ii «hort 

rebenrsal ol the coilege noiign wa-« held. 

Siticn^i heiu-d h\ ti. old lion of Ihe 

n k 11. ei he club 

pnpa »i- i" ti.tM- a vi-ti sin cessful year. 

At Itaadol 11 t "Inii rehearsal 

Tboradaj (.*. ii. Hoardmau lw ws« 

. .1 Ii ub r, riie rlab will bald it* 

ilrsi r,im|ib»i. iwbaaraaJ oa ibbtTbara- 

dpj sveninu in s,«ia| I'libm. 

As yet no Inatntelor has beep pao* 

cureil f«,r ellbel • inb. bin one will b# 
obtained U.f.>re f In? trhrarsalft this 
wc«*k. 



7 Smiiii College. 
Representing TH0S. S. ClilLDS, Inc., Holyoke 



BECKMAN'S 
Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MORANDI - PROCTOR COMPANY 

MaanrKiurer. JngtitutiOll C00killg A|)|)ciratllS 

86 WASHINGTON SiT. 



MRS. H0BBS TALKS TO CO-EDS. 
Mi« Unbbe, wife ol Ibe great Kngliefa 

Au't i- who ba* Come In lbi« 

country lo Iceture and to gj>t iiieiin on 
aKrieiiliura? e,|e lectured lo 'tie 



Foilowine ihe (onn. glrla id HXlBeaday after 

Cosrh i...re eradi M " Hobbaebowad 

ii„, ag iilBvin t«» iHt end, pm- "' tttBtaw * ll « 1 *** f«ka« iu Raglaad of 

ho baa beea oat e 11 loJKagflab women workliisi oa IbafaraM 
,nl 'and in Hip I ds, during the war. 



BOSTON 



Batchelder & Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AND POULTRY DstBSSI MS 

g inn 1.* vi 1 rtHLI 

Beef, Mutton, Ijimb. Ncsl, I»orfc, Hams, Haton, 5ao- 

sages, Pooltr>, (lame, Butler, Cheese, 

Hggs, Olive Oils. 

Bbjeketoae, Nortii end N'ot<ii • ire 4 
BOSTON, .... HASS. 



A.W. HiGGINS, South DeerfieSd. Mass. 



Dealer In Fertilizers and Fertilizer Material 

HICVG.N.* OT RUMKUI. ie 




iind «eniliri|j stelatoab la right ■ 
1 he* 1* elianuf* itppcar in 

ftoed the def e a ee meter] 

«:,s , I 11 .iii.iii.if I tbi 

of ru*ht-« mhich look Ihe liall <<\* 

Bai m .1, i, : . si line f.«r the Srat 
this seaaoa, oa hatarday »»' Bai 

J*c*er;il luTWard passes, wllb f.l 

■01 the rt . . rlag end, wen patb 
agaiiiiit il,,- Ureen, and M. A.i I 
lain to gain urouml by ihe at 



lold bo%». 11 Ibe parly day* of the 
. the witiio'ti ba«I organised an*l j 
,1 remgnlaed by tln« goveraaieat. I 
Isler bow tlnv Ih mure' 

!,, .n<iu»' 1 bi 1 dn id 

. . ■ r \ ^ ■ • 

le. III SOUS ti'lm of Hpri let". \,.\v 
I the Waf 1- o\et dip s;,ld rtlMOit 

iy log oa the 

n«. n mueh Interested In 

in AgrtcaltOral Kdueatlun for 

• 1 and wanted nonie to mri to 



it W. 1". I. Captala "aad ha*, England to help leach English women, 

i 



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(Between the lianki) 

SPECIAL ENPLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 

Carpenter & Morahoust, 
PRINTERS, 

Ne t, Cook Place, Amherst, Mass, 



The Maaaachuaetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



. 





THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the StiulentH of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 



BOAKD OF EDITORS. 
.Iamks*'. MAi'i kh "20. Edttor-tn-fhl«sf 
.l.niN A. CunotP 'i'O, .MitiiuuiiiK Editor 



ASSOCIATE ElUTORS. 

fiannns u. wohhwaki» "io. 

QMMMHI W. KhMan "i\, 
UltllKKT I.. .ll'NKf* ''21 

I.AWUK.M K I*. MAKIIN "-'I 
Kl NM'III A. Hahsaiu* '22 
1I.IIIAHI W. ftPKINU '22 

UK.i.niso V. .lACKUliN '22 



can he better organized or left to a 
bureau financed by the college or 
alumni association. 

An M. A. C Press Club, however, 
could very easily be formed on tue 
campus and it is hoped that the sug- 
gestion will meet with approval and 
adoption. 



BrsiNKss Dkpahtmicnt. 

<}roi«ikM.< \Mi-nri i Hi NiialneM Manager 
Ctcnui.i \ Smith '20. A lUertiting Manager 
IlkKiu in I. Oaaa '21. « iii-ulutloii Manager 

EVKKKrr «', I'KKHTOS "2t 
H.illBIll M. LBM1HAH '» 



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Subscription $2.00 per year. Single 
oqpiea, 10 cents. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 

Entered »« toroml H>u matter at tha Amnerat 
Poet ofltre. Aecepted for mailing at a per la I 
ratr «f p"»<ag«* ant ltli*«t fur In Motion lift*. Act 

..f it. l.Im-i. 1 m; aulhi.rl/i-il AURUHt 28. IMS. 

A 8nsppy Cheer Leader. 
The iin|M.ii:iiiii- of a good, energetic 
. li.ir li-:iili*r»"inni>t licnvi-r emphasised, 
lur he in the one man responsible for 
the development of the right kind of 
Aggie spirit. The ftttCeaM of athletics 
is largely due lo hi* leadership In 
iioiiilug later—I and ■■mhusiaain among 
lb* Undents i All mas* meetings and 
celebrations are carried on umler hi?* 
Hiiper* i»i"n . consequent j hit Influeeee 
..ii the morale of the «tu.|.in body li 
very important, The cheer le.i.l.r MM 
piwHW, strong p#r**inallty and ability 
loflll pro|»#rly bis position. Next Satur- 
day 'a game will give the caudiflaies for 
the a«*t*tiut cheer ! »■ < ■* ■ an opporiu- 
mi > (ii rlemonstmie their ability. 



M A. C. Preas Olub. 

It h«» been «ngge«ied that an M.A,' '. 
|'rc»«. Club be organised on the campus 
This is an excellent Idea and the Ooj i i 
1. 1 |p strongly advocates Its adoption. 

A Pre** Clnb Is a very Important an« 
dergntdtiAte organ i»at Ion (n in«*t of the 
leading colleges and performs a vain* 
able f unci ton in their publicity cam- 
psigns. It has long been recognised 
by these institutions that well iirgan- 
iited publicity is ne cessa ry If they are 
In ■ .tiiiiniic to grow and expand. 

ThU> i ullage km never had sufrlcieul 
p nl»lt« Itv and a» h re-Hilt the growth of 
the college has not been as rapid 
aa ll should be. It at. I ( »■» '•» ade- 
quately fnlBl lis purpose, the people in 
every city and town in this state must 
know what la being done by the college. 
There are several »!udentn»nttaeenmpus 
Ibis year writing fur various Springfield 
and Boston newspaper-. Win no! or 
ganiwand see that the newspapers of 
the smaller cMlea art towns are sup- 
plied with accounts of game* and other 

news items, 

Another suggestion is an undergrad- 
uate Publicity Commi ttee which would 
■end a notice to the High Behool and to 
ihe town newspaper every time an 
Aggie student made a position on a team 
o r w as e lected to an oBc e. This scheme, 
however, la iietter suited to the large 
rnlveraMles where a plan of this kind 



The Squib. 

One phase of the general reconstruc- 
tion work on the this campus is the re- 
appearance Of the .l;/f/l> S</uih. 

The Si/nih is the outcome of many at- 
tempts on the part of M. A. C. students 
io publish a humerous paper. At vary- 
ing intervals in the life of the college 
numerous leaflets have been printed. 
In 1014, the Friday Wwt Cry, a two 
page col lection of jokes, appeared. Out 
ol ihe organization of the War Cry the 
Si t .i!i, was bom. It grew rapidly until 
it appeared in the form of a monthly 
n.aua/.inc in the year 1916-1917. In l)e- 
cciulier, 1917, on account of the war 
which left only two men on the staff, 
the publication was suspended. 

The i|u;ilitv of the humor of paat 
iasues has varied from excellent to 
questionable, and naturally a« the same 
time the situation of the fiiiancies Mw 
shifted from piwptiBH f<» bankrupt. 
The dircii BMM «>f the fluctuation of 
the financial slinatlon la due to the aup- 
|M»rt given the activity by Ihe student 

body. 

The name problem lies before the 
student body today the problem of 
supporting a relatively new activity. 
The amount of aupport given the Sfvft 
staff in Its efforts to publish a hiiineioii- 
paper nf high quality will bean indi- 
cater of Aggie loyalty and Aggie prn- 
gresshencs*. I*et men and women on 
this earnpua support the Ayyi* ajfwM 
and establish a college bumeroua paper. 



WAR RISK INSURANCE 

Discharged soldiers, sailors, and ma- 
rines, who have dropped or cancelled 
their iu8urance,may reinstate it within 
18 months after discharge without pay- 
ing the back premiums. 

For example, if a roan dropped $10,000 
of insurance in January, 1919, and ap- 
plies for reinstatement the fiist of Octo- 
ber for $5000, all he will have to pay 
will be the premium for October on 
$6000. In case he desires to reinstate 
the entire amount that he formerly 
carried, $10,000. his premium payments 
will be the January aud October prem- 
iums upon $10,000. 

If application for reinstatement is 
made promptly, the certificate of the 
insured concerning his state of health, 
which must be as good as at the date 
of discharge or at the expiration of the 
grace period, whichever is the later 
date, will be accepted. If the applica- 
tion is not made within the prescribed 
time limit, however, the formal report 
of examination made by a reputable 
physician roust accompany the state- 
ment of the insured concerning his 
health. 

Conversion of the reinstated term in- 
surance into permanent United States 
Government Ufe Insurance iB also pro- 
vided for in the new ruling, under ad- 
vantageous conditions. 

Full particulars, application blanks, 
etc., may be had by corresponding with 
the Insurance Office. Headquarters 
Nortbeaatem Department, Koom 71«, 
99 Cbauncey street, Boston, Mass. 



'1H,— Frazer Is attending Boaton Cnl- 
versify. 





We'd flounder badly if we 
thought our bait tor, business 
need be only smart styles. 

What about the material and 
making? 

Moticy back if you find you can 
do better. 

The best of everything- college men wesr. 

Special "Shopping Service" 
far criers by mail. 

Rogers Pkkt Company 

Broadway Broadway 

at 13th St. "The at 84th St. 

Four 

Itroadway Comers" Fifth Ave 

at Warren at 41st St 

SEW YORK (ITV 



CO-EDS ENTERTAIN AT 

OLD CHAPEL DANCE 

Keen Rivalry tor Partners In livens 
Evenings Program. 

Social life at M. A. C. was further 
stimulated last Saturday night when 
the co-eds gave a party and dance lo 
the old chapel. As la usual the men 
greatly outnumbered the women, but a 
number of cut-in dances gave everyone 
a chance to dance. 

The party commenced at 74KJ. Each 
person as he entered was promptly tag- 
ged as to name and home town. Gen- 
eral Introduction* followed before the 
dancing started. The music was fur- 
nished by a two piece orchestra consist- 
ing of a piano and drum. In order 
that those that did not dance night be 
happy a game of Jenklns-up was played 
in ihe side room, A number of Paul- 
Jones's helped In bring the dancers to- 
gether more. Ice cream was on sale 
in the hall during the dance. As 
guests of the girls were Prof, and Mrs. 
Phelan, Prof, and Mrs, Mackirome, Mrs. 
Patterson and Dr. and Mrs Itano. The 
affair was considered sneeeasful by all 
who were present at the entertainment. 



fe Minimum Weight 

Mdeinihe 

CR0m*INAFP 

shops ire exquisite eumplf* of 
HATS which have fiven Crofot 
& Knapp wofW supremacy to 
the art of tat mmmtmmn. 

CAMPION 

Sole Agent. 



SIMPLICITY 



Of THK 



Quality * CAMPIONS 
UO "*/ fe a CERTAINTY- 
M one doubts that, and t h is ap- 
plies to the FABRIC as wen as 
the TAILORING, to the LINES 
as we* as the INNOVATION. 

CAMPION 

AMHERST 



PI LAVAL 



Simplicity in cream neparalor cou- 
Ntructioii h voids waste and makes 
ntwlbla quid ami MM] handling of 
milk. 

The lie I^aval Cream Sepnrator is 
remarkably simple. Thousands of 
l>e Laval* are tun and cleaned by 
children e\cry day. 

This simplicity means long life and 
freedom fmm repairs, and is the out- 
come of over forty years of unques- 
tioned leadership in cream separator 
inventing, developing and |H»rfectlng. 

Kvery part has been developed to 
it* highest degree of simplicity eOB- 
plcd with cfliciency.and the lie l,aval 
has earned for Itself the name of 
being "the world's standard sepa- 
rator." 

More De Lavals are Id use than of 
all other makes combined. 

B«c ta# hK-al De f*va! aaeat, or. If 
r«s Ami knew Mai. write to the 
nearest lie Laval efflre, at below. 




TIE K LAVAL 

taSBfoaawmr siM«U*Si. I 
Mew York USB Ftuetaeo 



vW fail r»H I 

I E. Madfeen M, 

< hlr»R(i 



AMHERST VARIETY STORE 



•JOTIONS 



J. H. TtOTT, Htmasat Street 

Suite made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 
Haberdashery 

DYEING, ALTERING. CLEANIN6, PRESSIN6 

LABROVI 

TaJUr md |||U' FlfliShllC 





WORLD AGGIE NIGHT 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 

* 

This is the date that M. A. C. men get together in every jMirt of 
the world. It is our night. 

In memory of that room in "South* or *North*' in memory of 
those years on Old Aggie's Campus to recall those friendships of '71 or 
*80 or '93 or *16, make it j/our night. 

Which of these Get-Togethers will you attend! You will help by 
writing a card to one of these men telling him to expect you on the 25th. 



Boston, Mi- 
Off Clab. 6-SiO p. h. 
William V. Hayden MS. 
UTremonl Street. 

Worcester, Mm. 
State Mutual Restaurant. 
George Meliean "IB, 
646 Pleasant Street. 

Springfield, Mass. 
Itfidgewar Urill. 0-16 p, m. 
Waldo Barlow *W, 
0SO Third National Bank llld«. 

Fit t afield, Mass, 
(Hark Hotel. 6-M r. M. 
Miiiimr A. Ikde 15, 
• «iunty Farm Bureau. 

residence. 1 I. 
Hotel Dreyfus, fWB p, v, 
Waller 9. Fisher *»», 
161 Niagara St reel. 



Amhersl, 
Draper Hall,tW»r. H, 
fJeorge H. Chapman *07 

Bridgeport. fSunn. 
Mratfi.nl Betel, 
rjeone A, Mallei i US, 
96 Catherine Street. 

Albany, H. V. 

Hotel Ten Kycls, »-W P. n. 
RJcbardW. Smllb 17. 
( anibridgc. \ Y. 

Cleveland, Ohfci, 
S17h South Overloow, 
A. D.Taylor *«» 
IWMi Ktitlid Avenue. 

Baltimore, Md, 
Altamont Hotel, t-00 P, m 
m.Iii.n li. Haskell *04, 
StiH-k Kichanite Building. 



Atlanta, Ha. 
Dr. Horace KM ^k liridge *?s, 
Sotii hern Kuraliat. 

Kasl leasing. Mlrh . 
Bom of Prof. C. P. HaJHgaB, 

S-flO P. H. 

Dr. R. I». l-yman *W, 
Ml«h. Agri. rollege. 

Detroit, Mleh. 

C. A. TirwII •». 
716 Stevens Building 

New York, N. Y, 
IMf Club, 740 p. u. 
Alfred T. Beals *W. 
71 We»t »wl Street. 

Chicago, III. 
Culon league f liib, 7-tst P, «. 
YbevKifire J. Moreau *Ii, 
Marqnelte Htiildtiig. 



Am Franciawj, California 

HMlarts Healavnni,7>W P. a. 
.l-.l.ii \V. i.regg '04. 
nWUlena Ave.. Berkeley. t'm\. 

\*m Angeles. California. 

Hotel Clark, 7- SO r m 
K, V. Damon MO, 
SOU flranada Courts, 
rinlarlo, California. 

St, Paul. Minn. 
IPX) II yllif Mreel. 
Herbert K. Hayes "op*. 
Cnlverslty of Minn, 

Washington, D 
Cusbman's t"Me, 7 JMl f, w. 
J. A. IJyalop W, 
DBwey Ave., Hsgefstown, Md. 



*|lfiiwman, Mont, 
Prof, K. A, f'oolcy 'm, 
m Noii lb Oniral Ave, 

New Orleans, La. 
Hotel (Jrunwald, a-tat p. m. 
II .1 Scale "00, 
\ndtilH,n Park, 

Charb.ttc, N. f . 

Meiwyn Hotel. 
Karbif*. lunp. r "16. 
6ffi Trust Building. 

Auburn, Ala, 

!>r, W. K. IJinda *W, 

A uburii. A la. 

Havana, Cuba, 
Hotel I'laaa, 7-00 p, m, 
Willl»m B. Leonard 10. 
Soirifad, Ceinlueiffis. f tiK.i 
(f tilorila ttiiabniro) 













I 



T^MaMachusetts^oUeg^ 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



y^cXplans OUTLINED 

FOR THE PRESENT YEAR 



TOTAL COLLEGE 

ENROLLMENT 703 



Hen Women Total 



More Complete Program Than That 
of Last Year. 
With tbo distribution of tbi Hand 
Book| t t,e reception to ««*•*«>« "J". 

men. btimt*, lb* Colin** *•*■££ 

^entered upon a bu«y »-»-™: 
whirl, will cover a wide range "I |C«V 
£ ,.„.,!.,.., .11 n : w-.«U..aH I.hv ; 

,, iv,,Mln-llan.lliook..noM ol the. 

;, « - «.. MS. «»£. opened 

Tll c annual reception, .... Friday eve* 

, was attended b S iM £ •*-* 

n.uanuppor.uni.yforeverylMHlv.0 1 - 

imlwilll ,.,., ci.Mou.H ol tne cnHeue 

nn Saturday, Mm iflj-- 

l;U „ ls al „, in OthW. work an, rthM 
J2!Il wee nn.illcl fo. lack of appl- 

"Tkccp.n.wi.l—.nn,. nulp-.r- 

, ,, ...- twdatl •""»""; "J 

..a... .- kep- 1 ";'v w '7't H „: 

,,,„,. thorough knowledge „. JoitM 
,,„„., an,, a ok-H* ac.nanuanccslup 

LTlkMl »'-|.«r. Uftb. Wbob, col- 

„„;,. ..,,,1 i he fostering ami 
I,.,.,- lonnnnnil J . .inn 
" - «■ ..... ;.••• « Inch 



Santera 

Juniors 
Sophomores 

Kreshmen 

liiclassilic,. 

Two If ear 

One Year Vocational 

Poultry 
One Vear rural 
Knglneeliug 

Graduate Btudenta 



Hit) 

Kii 

|t»7 

Hi 

81 

in:. 

II 

11 

80 



§ 

u 

H 



4t) 



Total 

M. A. C. MEN COME THROUGH 

Landscape Gardenere form Partner- 
ship in Toledo, Ohio. 

u KIIw.hxI Allen and Mill-... t. Bbl 
mu „ desire to announce their partner. 
h hip as landscape architects and lb< 
..p.'nin^l an ofnee in Toledo, .olio, 4:11 

SmU, Building Mr. AlhM *■■ '«"" 

lMh a-is.ani pMfenaoT of lan-Ncap* 
iU ,:, lil ,Hu.e at Ohio Mate [T»if*nd 
in ,l Hi hheriuai. pmetleod the prof 

J,,,, ,„ Barton. lioth are graduate*... 
lege ,0.. mil) , ■' ~ . I , ir ,.,,„.,.„ professions and are ... pi 

,| m ,unuu.lk ' -'-•' * ,,,,h ' V' Lantl.fi iheirclun.swi.ho, 

^, »C10-. ae„u; a.oc- , 



H, t1;, ,,o.n,.u .«*■ I dai.v IU.de 

•«*? r: 1 ■";. ;:.:::: :;, : r«--.«- Cornell flor™^ 

'• h,,,,W,M :,.:...., he,rda>sin tbl.l - T * vv C A\¥S THAYER D1T 



naldesim.* mi" landscape ar-hnc-iura! 
,„., lUl> . Both are uraduaiei-ol M. A. . 



:;::.:;;..,,.,: ^j* 

„„ l.H.ans.heday.iuh. and.-an 

unfailing -urcc o. s,.,n,.l, I- - 
,„.,„. lllIur ,.,ardso. daily .,ad:nus and 

„, uu ,.H,i SMI -...he.nadea-d. 

.,),!,. to evc.\..nc 

The nnd-week doo.i-.nal ...ccl.im. 
wl ,l. speaker.. ro„.l he fac»ll> and «ti 

"I., ilH .»• btrU each TbawtaJ 

, \ci.ing. 



STAFF GIVES THAYER DINNER 

•n.es.att-l lb* -lepa.nncm Of Kh.ri- 
eul.uie a. UtfWll U»1W«»J «"• : ' 

„„„;,. ,„„. Sep,. «.!•< -«»rk L. I -e 

*|.olcl. tobc • A^oeia.e l";'- 

„, Klorlcult.tre and head of .he d„.a«.- 
meBt oi Floriculture : ,i M. A.< P*- 

,_or Thayer hr-uuh. -h I he 



eveuin*. „. WRrm e*,«m and lw«t wirtiw of all. 

,,„. a «„rl.ilon wdl co<,u*r.le w.ih * ^^ ^ ypftrm brta .tar. !■ 

lh€ ,,„,»! ehur-he. in «»»»^»« e f^ , (llJ|( ,, !l( . U a, made ...any warn, tr.-u-i- 

luTb .a-" 5KK IntheroUeue and to... ..,- ^ - 



...... a.,, hv proodinu le«d-n. «or 

Ntaaiwta > •»«« , y*«* «*«'»""""'• 

lien. 



|ntlM .«:„,leue and to.,.. U* care ... 

^...aralion andihe ,!.,.. | * ..-.«»• 

,, h tolKlUN.riNkb per»o,,ttl • 

. a,.,a t. III. : 




HERE 

Is the place for you to. buy your 
clothes while you are in college. 
We have- had over thirty years' 
experience in selling goods to 
college- men at reasonable prices. 
For every dollar that you spend 
here you get full value, and re- 
member that our goods make 
good or we will. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

(Vou know what I hey are) 

$35.00 and up 

Other good makes from $20 up. 

Largest stock ol Convertible 
Collared Shirts in the state. 

J„terw.»ven Sox-best sockj 
made for ball a dollar 



Sheep-lined Coats 
$14 up 



Leatherette Coats 

$23 



If. M. THOMPSON & son| 

' Good Clothes lor College Men I 




iai- »■■" «i| iii« icriiuw, ■■•• 

. ,» hi. modem*, have made I •< 

■r; ',""• rrx::". 1 :. rrttas ';:.- - -*--* 

•lead, and men ire *"»«"' * ...,.,„l„, 



Mixed, n ,|n o" 1 " *■•*■ "* — " 

: ,„,l cum cluh and pi* eluh work. 

So far a- p»p«lhle. An.er.canUation 
work wilH- undertake,., wilh a ^w to 
aiding foreign WtmkSm P«Pl» «• '"J™ 
K.«ll.b. b,«... .e -,..,.,, and «ur 
JL .ym,*«b«i*H.^»«» «ue l»r. ^ 

I be count r> 

The^l.Hhof^W pi»W«mi «*• » f 
IM ««lun, will ha« • pf»»inent plve »» 

..,1 in the winter there 
the program, and in tne w 

*i,»t«.a.H.»»er*cHe..,f sn«P ••»-'- 

,!,„.« »« ib« ».,bjee. B . M«i ^ 

b!7. been tuade.o 1,^ iw. or ibiw. 

.,;,.,. ndlng«.b-Hil» «l«^-«b.. • -- 

'"^^iatlonwiUworkb^fora 
Sortbfleld delegation that will far «m ; 



norleul«nrehav,.heen,a..edamll.n.:... 
and his aviate, at forM-H pre..,,. . 
Mroag development of the depa.une... 
n, M. A, & BBderPr»fwwni.:.fi' 
tjireeiioi. 



LIBRARY SUGGESTIONS 

T« ta l K m»r*ul »f the Uvr-.-l the mat 
,.,1rlrr»led men hi to r,.n,i.«ne In a .late 
,, ( ,|,.ldt,..,«I all »of diji.-««'«"*- 
Ull< .ra »«d lwrullee-il«» td Al#«««der 

\ga»»U. ftlfietlby ». B. A«W«U. 
Audubon «he natnralt«f h> r™«w 

||,,t»s,rt H«Trtck. 
Kabre. p.-» ^ ^»~ * ^ ' ' 

■"•; ^arsrsi aSlars s -* -.. .^ 

y «f.wheo»-B d-u-aa- 



*,,,,, ,,,,he«rea«Y.M.r. A and mn 
,, rllt Vol„nteTUo»vwihm»«hla fall. 

The Y M .« I •« — t*r»te with 
,be dircc,..., „t short course- by pro- 

■ « men. .ndd-e.ervtbtn. pebble 

TnTake their rt^ k* ^«" ^t 

l>r om«ble, «« de-ireMobeo* ,h. -«W* 

nendlv^rvbe to all m« *d *J« «"' 

» he ; Will „nhesi,«.i.. K ly ««»b« the.r 

wanti kwu wp. 

■ 1H -U.«l.I-y .M.ww..rkiniif«r 

.J^n.nWtofte. H. bi »h- <«*«"« ■ 
i( „ iri , a Us„. eourae at Hazard, 



||„*ley by «■««"- Leonard llu^ey 
, hl .HteofMary i.y.m by Ue.h liradt-rd 

Tbeita f y«f.lohnKr r ler»ck«H,rbnby 

\,tgUmtu»t,iloin IHl*. 
T ,„. Hfe »f Abee Ko,«..a» n*l »»> 

^"wtniarn Ham-, by J.ir William \- 
Tilden. 

The life St "«"«»J *» M f^*" y 

K H. HntilM.rn. 
(irorae Waahinal.m: farmer by 1 a«t 

(.eland llaworlh. 
4otoW«sraphy nl An-lrow 

Atuohiography of Arthnf Y«»fl. 





TO-MORKOW, AND TO-MORROW, AND TO-MORROW 

Thaf'a where you are ftoinft fo gef leff. Yon are pulling off and puffing off 
what you will have to do eveulually. Quit poatponing thi« measuring up for your 
Fall Suit at the House of Walah. The beat fabric* ore disappearing day by day. 
You want a new suit ready for the first Informal and it all takea time. 



ye Jiggle Inn 

SPECIAL SUNDAY SUPPIERS 

Home-made 

WAFFLES, PIE AND ICE CREAM 

Open every night till 11 P. M. 



THE DAVENPORT 

The unsurpassed eating hou? • for "Aggie" men and their friends. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS 






Mrs. J, K. W. Davenport 



Pleasant St., 



COMMUNICATION 

To rait KlMstopM. fill l!« H Ml I'l NI- 
IS M\s-a, II" skits aWHICUl.TVBAI. 

COLMMI I 



STENOGRAPHERS GIVE DANCE 
FOR MEMORIAL FUND 



Through the courtesy of the foi.i.tc- 
o] w I am wriling as 1 In- Itcetoi nl li.ace 
Church, both lo welcome l-t Am- 

herst tb.we of you who an entering 

.in. I tu aug«e«t to you all Home Ibougbll 
on y«»ur relationship 10 the f hureli 
while you arc In colleuc, V0.1 are here 
to secure a good etlucalioti. and lo that 
• ■ml the OoltOffC an-l the rhurcli should 
work In ehment bar.uony and the col- 
lege man nhoulil b> the u.os. intelliuenl 
.ne.iiher of the I lninh. And (Of thin 
.- a-.on you learn thai ...an is agaMf. 
laJly religious and V 1 " "OVJMlVII are 
searebfug for Truih. V..u are (fading 
.mi that Iteliglon has to do with eWtf] 
.lepartnieui of life. In fa- 1 11 hj the key 
lo risihi living. It i» auf tmnl> 
emotion bul the direction «,| (be Intel- 
lect, the feeling, and the will .-. I 

and for men. In all aue* Ond has In 
flnencnfl the willing eovtteul men wiih- 
in, i.iivllectually and morally , leading 
iheiu iit.ward and u|iwatd. Hut more 
than that He ipoke owm In hinlory a« 
Man to man in ordei lo till man i*» t..«l 
The fbrt«tlan tteliuioii tells tfam tbtl 
JtauM f hr.si is Himself the Truih, the 
living, |»erpM»naI etulnMllitii.nl of Truth 
gad .be answer lo the longing and seek 
of the human w.nl. In Ihm was 
life and Ibe life wan the light of men 
And the (taureb? It l* HI* ace red i led 
agent (III tbe end of time lot I'tinginu 
all tbe world into touch with Bod. 
Though broken in its e*pre«*lon Into 
many dUUioiia and humanly faulty, it 
bj aalhorltativc and 11 nt vernal In ifa 
Mwpt aad applicatl'Ut. Ita mia«b»n lain 
teach 11s in Cbrhn'a Name alwul «.-»d, 
iihI l.% prayer and aaerament lo leave 
ti* iu lli« ITeaenee, Hetf «oin in union 
ia aplrltual, perwmal touch with 
(!od, the crown of Kellgbm and the 
incentive and dynamic for aervlee. 
Tina pointing fhe way and pro- 
viding *»• nienna of apjii-a-h. the 
' Uurch become* fhe helper of every 
meeker after the Twth. ih* yon *ee my 
point f Many atlll think that the point 
of view of the fhtirch *m oppoaed t«» 
that of Intelbwlaal maoarrh. To tbe 
contrary. If lapplentenfa and explaina 
If. lis purpose U to help you ro think 
truly and to become future Christian 
leader*, whether a« clergy or l.iity, in 
the 1 if»> of the Naiion. Yon need the 
Chuicli and (he fhtirch needs v<'.i la 
represent It In the n ol l ag t : h I b> 
tHi you to the net* ices »nd In the line 
of the pariah library of gmMl religbma 
l-«M»k«. There will In* a ge«er»l pariab 
re< e|.tl„i| In (trace Ibmae Thursday eve- 
ning, (let. 1(1. t«iwbleb yon are -nrdially 
invi 1 nl y--u will always titnl a warm 

welcnie if ..in li..me al M Mam street 
Hkuvrv c. P.»RKfc 



Pleaaani Entertaii 11* nt at Harvest 

Social a Complete Butcos. 

This Momlax evening in the Drill 

Hall the utenograpbera ->f Ibo c-.llegc 

held a dance in order to raise BKMM| l-'l' 

the Manorial building fund, it ©a?. 

tainly shows a line spirit on tin- pari '.I 
these young women, and •bunld DO 1 
help in bringing in more contribution* 
from the alui.itii. 

Tbe dame was in the charge of MU* 
t; ni h tiiiHiks under whom the following 
eollimiltees served : I ler.oat ions al.-i Ie- 
freshu.e.iis. KmiH Dnvtdaofl, I'e^l I»a- 
\ids.m, ami Laura ."saliinc ; musie, ( lai a 
Swift , I- la neis I'nWers, ami |ioti» ToWOI : 
(Hibhcii\. Klonnec Hridk'tuan, K.iilia 
tin.- i.a.iliict, ami Pearl l»a%idson. 

(he music W.is of ihe best and was 
• etved h\ liovee's nl, lies! la Willi Ibtyie 

at I be piano, Wood on tboMiapboae, 
I, in.- playing the violin and D^nl.ai 
work lag l be naps 

The refreshments were light bill right 
to ihe point ami eoiisi.ted of eider and 
cookie*. 

I he de. ..uitbmit were very nlmpte bat 
were in perfect hariuoiiy with tbe an 
tntnn mil of diM.rs. They coiiolsled ol 
red light*, pile* of corn husk*, pump- 
kins ami a pr a y <»f swiwiwo l—vei 1 be 

p in«. wa» plgeed In the ,eiiiei of the 
ronni and wa* hacked with a si-uing of 
I he al<'«i nann >1 «•■ .•."•II . 

The ehnp e f ona and gueulB of honor 
were ProfeMMir and Mr*. RabMnw, Pro- 
feawir ami Mi* I'ami-.ii \\\-- HtlMM 
ami President BcttbMttM. 

The dan- e . ..n. Iii-ImI jwat before 11 
aud waa a greai nureesa oof only lip- 
nuw 11! the gtn*l time but hec*ti»e f»f 
the spirit tu which If waa given. 



1, 



a memo. 1 
the Hub wm 
aetlvitv. A 



ee IH< 11 1 en 
week i« H 



. ..I the 

.. he was 

wherel.) 

n nine and 

,t 1 I, . 

iinsiasfii present, ibla eointng 
he Marked bf a drive for 



result 



nietnitersliip cnlni 

llieeltllg ..f •»•«. Hi IWf, 

denta are rerj ewdlnJIjf 

tend, ill.- UI—WlH wl " 
of French Hal I. 



Russell, Burdsall & Ward Bolt & Nut Go. 

PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK 

KbTsIII.IMHHi 11*46 

Makers oi T^ TUT "D T "D "O WLTS *uid 



The Celebrated 



']ii \V B, Hi. kmson is attrseant at 
the KdmaJitoiBl MwflWb H«M Ibrepiial 
af Fort S*am Ilotialun, Te*a« 



NUTS 



iomolo<;y club notice 

Tbe Ural meeting of ihe Pomology 1 
flub for the year was held last Tnwday j 
evening In Wilder Hall, There were) 
a large ntimlier present ro ili«eu«« (be 
piograin for the year. !*rotesa«r I train 
ontllned Iff the club the ptjlf#ea and g#. 
li*itie« of the (|.»nicultnral * 

■fait ' * *h 

Id t»e in. H 

a >iii 



i u 1 he regn iar 
to wbieb atu- 
invited to at- 
be in Boowi A 




Who's the 
Profiteer? 



"Not I," aays the packer. 
"Not I," says the manufac- 
turer. "Not I," says the 
middleman. "Not I," says the retailer. 
"Surely not I," says the consumer 
with the flat pocketbook. "And posi- 
tively not the farmer!" thunders 

<Efe COUNTRY 
GENTLEMAN 

True enough, &e farmer has profited 
by war prices. But to what extent? 
WeU t he has been able to paint his 
bouse so it looks as well as the grocer's 
in town. 

He haa been able to buy 



clothe* as mod as tbe 



lo other worda, tbe fann- 
er for the fw»t 




ONE DOUAR A YEAR IS ALL IT CCWTO1 




OBNTLCMAN wUI fight 
to prove Ma tifbt to a 
fair profit for M» labor 
and Un prodneta. 
A ftmr* *jbiob;in» v> 
Tmt couhtry on- 
TUO« AN ( 52 iwweatta the 

the nw krt Cwt P« 
dred tlroei over— by let- 

today, ^nmember— 



Lewis W. Goodnow 



fl Sntfing Avenue, 



Araheraf , Mi 



l^naeSo SW-W 





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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 15, 1919. 



PLAZA 

>uiitliamiiti>n . . Mass. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

When- tin' Ii«*»t 

PHOTO-PLAY 
FEATURES . . . 

Are »!imvn. 

Program changed dailjr except Monday 

and Tuesday. 

HtKK'K I'- BELMONT, s tum er. 



SOUND ADVICE GIVEN MEN "BIDE-A-WEE' 

BY WESTERN EDITOR Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

Ami othi'i Bpod Hunt's » ■**. 

Dr. Chamberlain Outlines Force of MR& |_ # fvl. STEBBINS 
Will Over Heredity and Enviren- MfdtUe Street, tivi. 4ir,-w. tfndter. He" 

ment. 

A I Wednesday assembly lust week j 
ll„, apeak*? WIN Dr. W. 1. < l.aml.e.luin 
oi llinls.ni, olii'i. The subject <>i Lb* 
Informal mlk l»y the sneaker was "Like 
Produce* Like."' He commenced by 

Haying leaf there aw three great forces 
that shape the life and eharacfer, for 
uM-iuiiH-ss or naoaefiitasM for u«H"l 
,,r for had <•! every baaiauor animal 
being. Tlu\v an' nerdHy, envireaaeat, 

and human will 

He i. .1.1 «i an example of his iuhject 
tbat occurred lu the Weat, a certain far- 
in.-r bsid grown s..me wheat and ihe 
6 be M .«eed persisted la oomtuji ap 

alierit. The men in I be v bhiily |>et- 
sisted in sayitm lhal t»e *»■»' h "' 
turned lo chess: but I hey never OOOld 
,,r..ve it, "If yon sow wild oalayou 
must reap wild oat*." Me then UUt* 

trate.l hi* point of cOlnf. example! at 
graft inu «sea aa the Kaaee apple, sad 
ill.- Coaeord and Niagara gra|»ea. a 

l,um..r..us i m entitled "Warhaoklai 

Tim.-"' delighted the aadlenee. 

Dr Chamberlala then i«d<l of acwa 
ihat was bottgbf for eight hen. he, t and 

Bftj dollars that WM ,i u hi -h in..lt«-.t 
dullara pedigree and only titty dollars 
.ow. *■ example* of aeredMj be eaen- 
lioned a rareoaa Uermaa naalelM who 
had a number of mnalclana m tin* fam- 
ily fur generation*, lie told el I woman 
who was lulled the mother ol thelvta 
thai bad teat the !.tate a million doll n. 
We baft no choice an n» our pan nti 
Held the dm-tor, if we arc nut perfect ihe 
i id \imi«ht> Impwwaea »■* H» ■*•• 

thai he can tinder I he etrenmi.!un.»* ' 
He nienltoited Abrabam Lincoln m he- 
lag bereft of culture bal iawaeding be- 

caitae the human will utttwelgbl 
other thitiga. 

In the Ian! few minutes "f hi-* talk lie 
t a \e ihe following point" «» nii|»>r»iit 
tu ever J man: 

I i h- « me Thing 1 Btt. 
M. Actually take every llSB ■» "' 
m.ihlnjj u<i till y«« h« v e B 4 ' 1 ' 
and take il. 

J, Conquer each thing. 
4. Let ^«««ir will rule, ami helpv.mr 
oonwieme. There will he M l»pO 
seek the iroth through it ' >" »*wM 
should I* built on rtgbteoueaee* 

After Or. Chamberlain's i»-marka,aw. 
U.dilm, a repreaealallM of the women 
agrU-aUurests in Kaglaad ipefca ■ >«« 
w..rds in tribute to Aim-i •-.»'- '•• ! t« " , » l 
supplying food the last few rear*. 

Ill,— "Hob Chi-holnt >i chemist ts 

ihe California Baa M&9 C m t ap aa j at 

m-rni.-a. f Hi., bog tM. Re hi engaged 
in gelling a aomiM-i ••« «» laaaetlcldce 
n -adv l.»r "he mat k, -t 



S. S. HYDE 

i, MmmbI <( wet 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Biokfn Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly ud Skilful!) Done 

Hftttitf;.' tf-m i.uii:.iit««#d 

No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Your appearance N marred unless >om 

Footwear is Correct 

e:. m. bolles 

The pi ice to ge tor College Shoea 

iblfched 1*". 
aatlll §"»*»■*»« Iluelneaa 
Choke Urocer.es and l-roH» la Seaaew 

i iiM l . I : 



Our Representative, MR. fl. SALTEN 

will be at the 

NASH BLOCK 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday 

OCT. 20 OCT. 21 OCT. 22 

WITH A COMPI-KTE SHOWING OF 



Young Men's 

SUITS and TOPCOATS 
SPORT CLOTHES 
FURNISHINGS 
and SHOES 

CvCTan'ilfiitSimon&; 

FIFTH AVKNl E, NEW YORK 
Men's Shops-2 to 8 West J8th St.-Street Level 





RAHAR'S MM 



O 



N\w Building 



st Laundry 

TEL. 3-W 

Model GoacKiwM 



StudenU' Work a Specialty 



Work Guarantr pd 



OOLLEOE JEWELRY 

V full , , , ,,f 

Jewelry for Studente 
THE MUXETT JEWELRY STORE 



What our luiur? football Oppoii- 
M | fl did ^tniday. 

w. *. i. ▼»• *« a. e. Oct, is, 

BeawalafrTcch 18, W. V. I. U, 
TJ, of ▼, *a, St, A. 0, Oct, 88. 

Columbia -TJniTiinity ol Vermont ft 

N.H, State Ta.M. A.O. Wov« 1- 

N, || Mtate 10, Xorwbhl, 
%. I. State tx. Jf, A, 0, "Mow, 8, 
Wealeyan », R- »■ »•*« •' 
Springfield ▼■. ■• A. 0. »«▼, 15, 
Tufte va. K. A, 0. »OT,gg. 
SpritH>HebI 7. Tuft" 1. 



Truck calls at home— Prompt delivery. 



L 



THE HOME 

of Aggie Men 

IN 

SPfilNGFIELD 

m 

Hotel Worthy 

Drop in for a nnal or m-rr 

niijht, 



Inconning Students 

Unity Church on Pleasant Street, 

••The Church with the Wayside Pulpit," 

Welcomes You to its Church Home 

Make yourselves known to u* 



• • 



Service 
TmbV r^fk's S«ei«ty 



• • • • 



10-4 5 A M 
J40P.H. 



Main and Worihingloii 

(Wve «• a trial 



Inlormal Students* Beeeption 
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 7-30 R. M 

COMR— Enjoy youraelvea and make friends. 

REV. HENRY G. IVES, 3 E. Pleasant St. 



CAMPUS NOTES 

'13. — Dr. Glover E. Howe and George 
Melican former varsity coaeb, were 
mi the campus recently, principally to 
witness the foiinecticul-M. A, C. game. 

Arthur Williams '17, was present 
fur the Coiinecticut-M. A, C. name. Me 
has received his discharge from the 
army and is admit to entei the chem- 
istry directory business in New York 
City. 

Faculty Reception. 

Invitations have been sent out to 
members of the faculty to attend a 
faculty reception at President Butter- 
lield's house mi Friday night, October 
...>\eiiteetb at eight o'clock. 

The Kappa Sigma Fraternity an- 
nounces the pledging of Joseph C. 
llaifar, 1021, of Marshlield, Mass., and 
Fred <i, Gordon, 1920, of Plymouth, 
Muss. 

Oatholio Club Electa Officers. 

The CathoPc Club held its tirsl tneel- 
Hii.' of Ihe year last Thursday evenitm. 
\ good number were present. 

The evening was laken up principally 
bv a discussion and on plans tor the 
v\,.ik to be carried out during the com- 
ing \ear. Tbe officers for the ycaraic. 
President, J. K. Delabunt : vice-presi- 
dent,. I. I). Kvera; secretary and toaa 
nier, it. L. Collins; ■ergaant at araia, 
.1 r. Sullivan; executive eeaaaiUtoa' 

( harles K. Uouect le. .1 . .1 McCattbv 

\t the next lueeting a recepilon will 
be given to the new membem fri»ni the 
elaaa of 1023 and from the two-year 

coume. 

"Jake" Thurston T5 is ba.k *.n the 
•am|>us for a few days. Ue has charge 
of the departments of floriculture and 
lan<l*ca|Ms gardening at Maryland 
Agricultural College. 

Karl Draper 'II was on the eatnpua 
[during the week. 

Lewis W. Spnulding *IK wae recently 
| mat tied to Mis* Kvelyn Itlchards ><l 
N'aniiicket. He and his bride were on 
[the .-am pus Saturday and .Sunday. 

'Store" h'ichardson TM came back lo 
| renew old acquaintances over the week 
lend, "Steve" Is engaged In market 
[gardening at Arlington at prevent, 

Henry CJ. ltigelow e*-*20 Is studying 
at ftateffofd I «dlega, Hatrerferd, Pa, 

Albert Uraaon ex-22 was back <»n the 

[campus a few days last week. He is 

now employed as an agent by the 

Quaker Oats Co., but Is planning lo 

return in M, A. 0. next fall. 

A new honor system commie ee was 
elected which consists of II. Kice.lt." 
I*a*itt. P. i a«eio, K. Mellen, and V, 
Allen. It is the purpose of the elaaa lo 
cooperation with the Sophomores to lo- 
trwluee the system in the Freshmen 
elan* and ultimately establish It as a 
[college system. 

An appeal was made for ihe support 
[of the elaas /nr/ej- by It* editor in chief 
[K. Mellen, 

The Q, T. V. Fraternity announces the 
Ipleriini of Rfehard W, Smith '21 of Weet 
I Hut land. Vt. 

Junior Clasa Meeting, 
At tin* Junior class meeting held last 
lursday in the Social i'nion iUxuns, 
Ihe following officers were elected : 
nt. 0, Mackintosh of I*ealKnly, 
•« l re-ideiit, c. !>. Kendall of Wor- 
ker; treasurer. K, Manseil of Arting- 
lon; wcTetary, J, Snow of Arlington; 
laaa captain, L, Fuller of l^iwell: ser- 
Wt at arms, H. l'oole of Hudson; 
ilttOirlaB, R, Tillson of Whitman ; cheer 
r.L,FaH«t, 



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TRADE 




MARK 



NINE cases t*ut ur ten, the man 
whu once smokes iW DC Pipe 
bectune.s a life member of the VV DC 
club I le can't ht-lp it, because a 

ize ^llHJke. 
It's as sweet and mellow ah carefully 
selected French briar ami expert sea- 
soning can make it, Nut only material 
of the first water, but craftsmanship of 
the i*igh< t order, and designs that are 
most pleasing — all combine to make the 
WDC Pipe a smoke of peace, content- 
ment and satisfactions A man's smoke. 
Any good dealer will confirm this. 

WM. DEMUTH & CO.. NEW YORK 
watit'i »,s,sje«»T masks'* ©e riNi sifll 






WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

NORTHAMPTON 



HARDWARE 



Come to us for 



Gallup at Holyoke 

W»-arT Hltill m 



-Sells 



Hart Schaffner & 

Marx Clothes 



Fireplace Goods, Goat and Trouser Hangers 

Ever Beady Flash Lights and Fa i n t 
Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

Always glad to see yon. 

THE MUTUAL PLUMBING & HEATING GO. 



Cotiit down lo Holyoke and see our 
big store. 



G-O-B 



H 

E 
SHEPARD 
A 
R 
D 

Furnishings, Shoes 




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This issue of the Collegian is being sent to M. A. C. Alumni by the Greater Boston Alumni Club. 




Th e .i-^n-ga Coltosan. Wednesday, O ctober 15, 191 9. 



FIRST INFORMAL 

(Continued from page 1] 



alumni beadq»art*ra, proepwd* ol _■•■• 

H^snp, n, llll ,h,W,s,, f nMu I 

Association are eaeetleai . 

active attitude. If the tight attitude is I Later. 

.iisplayed.it means that another one of; ^ r , ( .,.i V ed at the 

the old eolle U e Unctions has returned | A «•« \|,„idnv RHiralog 

to stay N uly is the presence at ^^^^l" CblcJ 

,„, upper classmen solicited, but it is ; ir.nn W, M-BeOn 
sincerely hoped that the Freshmen and •*«**' 



& VF 



to thin 



the short course men make themselves 
nolieable by theii presence, fur as one 
of the prominent men on the faculty 
remarked: "It is part of ones educa- 
tion," 

luder the new system that went into 

effect last year, the ebaperous will bring 
the girls over M the trolley. However, 
it )8 necessary that the boys he on 
hand to meet them uptown. The con- 
venience of this plan is questioned hf 
many. At any rate the men are spared 
the expense and time of accompanying 
•h.-ir guests. The chaperons will he 
announced at the time of purchasing 

the tickets. 

The customary nlghi-before w ax tread 
will be bald Friday at ?-:»>. H.e pres- 
ence of everybody is solicited. 

Tickets on sale at Phi Sigma K»PP» 
house duting ihe week for 13.00. Af- 
ter Thursday an additional charge of 
«.*5 will be made, so gel your tlekeia 
early 



•The Western alumni arc giving M 
the most enthusiastic reception and are 
pledging their "..reserved -pp-to 
I,,, Memorial balMlBg. The? «•"* 

that it is the lira, log job that he 
alumni has- .scr undertaken, ami »» 
,, lll!W i„ so worthy that eve. r> e.torl . 
,„,;„,, ,Memled to accomplish a sm- 

eeaatftl campaign." 

(Signed,) 

Wll.lVlil' Mi -n*on. 



„,« at <■«■ a" 



Summary of Weeks Pledging. 

.,, u , ,,i,,lges have no. ye. begUl. to 

eoMlafto* theSouth arWaat, Th* 

con.rihu.i .hepa.t v,ecU !»«• - 

U..U..IV ll-..». local dist.iCs. Ihe In, ..I 
U-aders report that while thev a.- W...U 

. 11)ir , iaih and covering .heir »•""*£ 
the results of the campaign cannot he 
estimated until a later date. 

• (V4 Mvr..n II. W«*i la.wU.apc ar- 
HdteC, has jus. completed es.ens.vc 
plans tot the fu.nre development of 



NEW CENSUS OF AGRICULTURAL ' \ % , m&n v tioyee, « 1... km ■ " '■ 
STATISTICS TO BE TAKEN SOON | ^ ... . ., ^^^ ~ 



. 1 - employed in re 
Partners are Aaked to Have laforma- ^ Nh Qfmpa Jui 

tion Ready. ... , .... 

Washington. Sertember '27: Fifteen 
million copies of the farm schedule 
bare been ordered printed by tin- 
tbe Bureau of the Census for use in 
gathering the agricultural statist. 

tbe Nation for the fumUm* Deefawl 

Cmmm. To facilitate 1 be work of «»** . u n „ 

log tbe eensns and promote accuracy, Wl , niUlg ,„n, Del. 

large eembers of schedule, will be die- U . Feroald, Jr., an.L I'"" >' 

trlbuted Id aiUaner of the enumerator- , rt ^ k m noW aU , lMl i ntt the 

vWltn order thai the farmer may he- Pff . „,„,, „, \ lm \ U9 m Admlnis- 

mw familiar with the „u«U«n. and be , "^ 

prepared to furnish promptly the re- ^ fcM „„,. 

quired data regarding acreage, tenure. | 



research wort 

,. .mice toinpaiiN 
MB- Word has been receiwd from 

H V. Marsh. . be •« -"» »» "" *£ 

, llIlulm l Department of the publu 

M-hoolhln Waljsde. V B. 

>1| lister S. Tarr. * ho li«» *^ n 
employed lor a number ..I year, a. 
,,,;,„;», |„, he Dm Pool lewder Work., 
w living »t4M South tiranlsvcue 



Satisfies the national 
demand for a whole* 
some, pure and appe- 
tizing beverage— at the 
soda fountain or with 
your meals. 

Bevo will more than 
satisfy your thirst. 

ANHEUSER- BUSCH 
ST. LOUIS 



It must be 
Ice Gold 



4fc 






r V'->7.WT 



values, live slock, and crop* 

Tbe Bureau anticipates that tbe oo»- 
Ing census will show an increase of ap- 
proximately one million farms «lnce 
1910 wbea tbe number of farms ennm- 
e rated was 8,861.W§. valued at n.»re 
than forty billions of dollars. 

The enumeration will bwgin »n Jan- 
B^ry S, 1>», and It ta planned to com- 
preterite gathering of bolb p«.pulatl»a 
and agflwliural flguret by Februaqp t, 



ALUMNI NEWS 

The eemmlltea In charge of ihe World 
lie Nlghl In Albany, on «»ct, », hae 
for what they call a "good 
« meeUng." Th»» WW "gel her, 
which U to he held at the Hotel Ten 
rill be attended by some *> or »U 
ne« la iberapltnl dlstrlet around 
iy> Mebard W, Smith «l <w 
'.ridge, !f. V., !• I" charge of tbe ar- 
rsPgeraeaia for this meeling. The fol- 
towing is an eatract from » preltn.i- 
^ggy n ... « **■"« »"« '•> "" " ( ra» Ill »« : 
*»!,. 1 In sTranKlng the pro- 

—--~ - ..«tin« i« to ha« a good 

« Wh. l«t pii 1 lo forget our 
rnmMea. «et ha*k to « t..«>» ^ayi, 
and haw me •«•»« of !«' *™'» k 

and tbe be* «»^ « « n flpd 

Aloaf Mueaoa'a Trail. 
Word receive.. «,..,* W'tlarf Ken*... 
tellM of a very fine lh » T 

held In Chicago at tie 
OJub in ii.tober, and slib<"' 
from Chicago alumni ha*e not rrn r 
ee^ed la any namber, up to date at tfc. | 



nan on f xmyer s iron !■"» 
wlch.Uoon. 

■ lri .-Sr.and Mr. ( V Huwtlng^n 

.„.. unccd the birth ..I ^>n,mh 

Ham (he»ter, on «e»t « 

•H -II » Pierce Is leaching agri- 
Mltural cbemUtry i« .*«•■> »• 
College, 

m,.ui,-w.yi»ud b. ^• F '7*° iu 

teraed from o««** * '" TT^ 
h«» go» hMh to Carnegie I.,...t«Hc. 

Ps BB .yI«uIa. »« complete hi. «-o«» « 

engineering. 

10 -Arthur Chandler is reprewnltoB 
rt< H»nk.r in^clrlde • ...■..-.y ^ 
West Virgtola- Ui. P^«« «'«.tre» 
1001 ndelHy BulWlng, BaM»* 



l^SJJiJtSK." r^_j 



Dr. L. O. Whitman 
M»HEn$T BOOK STORt 

Note Booha Pow-tata ** 



11 „—. 1^ ?-B p M, Sunday iad 
other bo.imby appidulmeal. 



AWHERS1 



DAIRY PRODUCTS 



AU of our dairy predwte are made 
from pa»t««r«^ «» ^ cre *»* 



Salt 

Ptmtito «wl »* C^«e 



C. F. OYER 

HEHRY ADAMS & CO. 

Tfcw Ie»H Stort 

Drugs 



Send for out price flat. 

Dairy Department 

4M»chBKt« Agricultural College] 
Amherst, Maat, 



CJigaw 
Candy 



Ytwr Sb«s lUp*«d 

WHILK YOU WAIT 



-The- 

jONIALI 

Pteasant Meet 

mwmmmmmwm 1 

The stndent galhering place fur 

the real borne cooking and 

cut lego life. 

Board Weekly and Transient 





Loj J, 




MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, October 22, 1919. 



No. 4 



M. A. C. TEAM AGAIN SHOWS 
STRENGTH OF BACKFIELD 

Substitutes Used on Line Hold Well. 

First Siring Never Troubled 

by Worcester. 

Playing snappy football from tbe 
Kt;ut to linisb, the M. A. C. team turned 
back Worcester Tecb 27-0, Saturday 
afternoon on Alumni Field, scoring <-i>* 
touchdown In each of the four periods. 
Only once, at the end of the second 
quarter, did tbe visitors set within scor- 
ing distance, and then they were forced 
to resort mostly to foward pausing to 
t„ bring tbe ball to Aggie's 30 yard line, 
being unable to make their distance 
through the line. In tbe llrst and last 
two quarters ihe play was entirely in 
Worcester's territory, and the Maroon 
and White backfield made tbe Drat 
downs consistently on line plunges. 

The Aggie scoring machine got going 

early in the game, and pushed the ball 

orer the Worcester goal line by straight 

rushing In seven minuies. Worcester 

kicked off to M. A. C* on her SO yard 

line, and frotu here, on the fourth dowa, 

Lewandowski was forced to punt. 

Then, with W. P. I. on tbe offensive, 

tbe Aggie line held, and tbe visitors 

were also forced lo kick. Once more In 

possession of the ball, Aggie began a 

march down the tleld.wbich ended with 

I'iMile going over for a touchdown. I.eut 

kicked a goal; acore M. A. V. ". W. 

P, I. u. 

Poole recovered the ball when Wor- 
IwnMad 0B running back the kiekoff, 
and then began another attack on the 
vlslinm' line. However, W. P. I. took 
the hall on downs, and then, after gain- 

| Costumed ee page U 



FIRST INFORMAL OF YEAR 

A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS 



Athletic Games and Well Decorated 

Hall. Entertains Fair Gueata 

Last Saturday. 



SIXTY FOUR FRESHMEN 

PLEDGED ON MONDAY 



4> 



After Strenuous Season 57 Per Cent, 
of 1023 Pledge Fraternities. 



The first Informal of the year was 
held in the Drill Hall laHt Saturday 
afternoon and evening, and was attend- 
ed by M couples. The tfirls from Nmi.li 
ami Mount llolyoke left their re 
spectiNe towns on tbe two o'clock trol- 
leys, and were met at the Center in Am- 
herst by their partners. Most of the 
couples walked up to the eollci»e ami 
went to the Worcester Tech. football 
game at three o'clock. After the game 
they went directly to the Drill Hull 
where the dance started at once. 

The Drill Hall was decorated with 
College and Fraternity banners, and the 
chaperons corner and the orchestra was 
decorated with palms. Chairs for ihe 
dancers were arranged around the ball, 
and cosy corners with paper parasols 
made secluded nooks for those who 
wished. Tbe light* overhead were cov- 
ered with light blue crepe paper giving 
a very pleasant dim light. The orches- 
tra was made up of students, was peppy 
and did excellently well. 

The supper was served in Draper Hall 
after .he ninth dame about quarter ol 
seven, and the dancers were treated to 
a good dinner From there the people 
returned to the Drill Hall and atartwe 
.lancing again about eight o'clock. I he 
.Smith girls bad to take the nine o'clock 
trolley, and the Mount Holyoke girls 
the nine thirty trolley so the .lame 
ended all loo *"on. The former left 
at the end of the fourth dance of the 
second half and the real stayed as long 
[Coattnaad on pas* IS I 



Sixty-four Freshmen pledged to fra- 
ternities In chapel Monday morning, 
bringing to a eketOM of the liveliest 
rushing seasons it. several years. Last 
year 71 Freshmen put on their buttons 
at the lirst pledging date, which was 01 
per cent of the entire class. No further 
pledging cau be done until the winter 
icrm now. The list of Freshmen 
pledged is as follows: 

0,. t. v. 
Fuller, ltobert l>. Woburn 

IliUanl, Norman D. Beverly 

llobarl. C. Harrison Boston 

Hul.bar.l. James s. Sunderland 

Tuiney. Malcolm K. Greenfield 

Whitaker, Hidden Newton Highlands 
Williams, Forrest K. Sunderland 

riu slSlta kaita. 
Hart let .. Warren l„ Koslindale 

Davis, Frank L. Lexington 

Folsoni, Owen K. Rosllndale 

Groves, Alan M. Newton (enter 

Hale, John S. So, Glastonbury, Conn. 
Hardy, Sherman K. Littleton 

llodsden. Marshall S. Melrose Highlands 
Mac* ready, DooaM Klkabeth. N. ,1. 
Mohor, Robert D. Newton I enler 

Bearlea, Gilbert B Lake Mohegan,N. V. 
> t :ns, Fied <• Dalton 



HAVE YOU SIGNED UP 
FOR WORLD AGGIE NIGHT? 

Every Aggie Man at an Aggie Get- 
together. 



THREE MORE AGGIE NIGHTS 

PIULADKLPHl A, PA. 
Hotel Walton, 7-UO P. M. 

Reply to 

Lewis T. Iluckinan '17. 

445 l.ippincotl, I'.of P, Dorms., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

KINGSTON', ft, I, 

Home of S. ('. Damon '«"i. 
Reply to 

William Maiiin M». 

Rhode Island State ( ollege, 

Kingston, H. I. 
IIAKTFOKD, i oNV 

Bond's Restaurant, K-tHI v. M. 

Uepl.V to 

Frank L. Kdwanls 'o*. 

Box 335, 
Hartford, Goon. 



Sherman, Bradford P. N. rw Hedfor.i 

Smith, Richard lb Greenfield 

Wendell, Richard Belmont 

Woodworth, Leveret i B Newton 

i, \ rl- \ SII.HA. 

Ileal, .lames A. Ablnglon 

Blanebard, Kilwanl R. I '» bridge 

Buckley, Francis K. Natick 

(('iinltniiert on ■■*«•• at 




Br«« JK-Vu tor «. A. 0.*. *** ■*«**■ « «» •^»~ «^ Fall. 



Twenty-four alumni meetings pa tin- 
same eveni'.'i in every part ol the cotin 
n\ isafeal. e ol alumni co-operation 
tbat may l»e uuique in intercollegiate 
history. 

"World \--ie Nik'li' i» keeping Ihe 
alumni office in Amherst and the local 
leaders hu*y answering "When, Wlieie, 
Wh>. a.ol How can I ge> there.'' nth. i 
localities than IbeH Hated last We. k 
are starting their own get-togethers and 
Ulsexi»ecied thai o\.r 7.*. perccni.ot 
M. A, CVs gradaatet will attend ll 
meetings. 

William V. Bayden 13. who is la 
charge of R.iston*» Aggie Night, was In 
Amherst recently arranging for speak- 
em from the college. He described tbe 
program of the t iiy rhih meeting as 
**ao «ganlftwl sirika id Aggie men for a 
good lime, with no arbitration poaal* 
hie." Music bv form, i M A G, muei- 
eal clab atari i* to be one of the 
features. 

New Tn«k is a lillle pmud of having 
ITcideiil Hutteriield as the gue*t of tbe 
.veiling and the Board «.t 0v»M»«fi «l 
the New York Alumni « 'lui» has bad 
several preliminary meetings in order 
lo arrange Ihe beat po>*iMi» program. 

Dean Lewis will >»c in Chicago with 
the Weetern Aiuimii ' 'lub; while hi* 
partner In tbe Western tiip. Mr.Muii 
Min. will be In Ban Francisco with the 
Paclfle Coast Glub. K t. I»am«.n 10 Is 
n .liargc of the iiieefing at I-"" Angalee 
which is Iwlng held nnder the clirecii.ni 
of the Pacific toast Glob for Aggie men 
1ft Bout he in California, 

It Is expected tbat many new alumni 
club* will lie formed a. theei gafbei 
logs, partlcolarly at Pro vide this R I 
Charlotte, K, c.. Brtd gaport , (Joan., At 
bany, N. Y.. Clevi'lafid, i lbk», ami Rain- 
more, Md. The Coaaectlcal valle) 
Club will meeting in Springt.cl.l awd 



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TT,, m,--*.- *. Collegian, Wednes da^October tt, WW. 




The Holyoke Value t Hydrant Co. 

Gas. Asbenum and Manned.* Holler and llpe 
< nverings.. lfPe Cot toHketch. Mtll Su > .lies 
mutineers and Contractors for Steam i an. 
lint Water Heating. Automatic Bprlnkler 
"; 'terns Boiler and Engine Cs-aeotloua. 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Stkphbn Lane Folgbb. tlu*.< 

HANDrAOTCRINO JBWBI.M* 



will elect officers at this meeting for the 
coinln K year. Fur the benefit of alumni 
who will be at the college for the Ver- 
mont game, the Amherst Committee 
has arranged a meeting in the private 
dining room of Draper Hall. 

The class of 1917 has contributed a 
Wt to the evening's entertainment ,n lavm le 
the orm of a song folder "Those Good Nd, f 
Old Songs of Yore" that contains the Lewando 



M. A. D, 

Grayson, re 
King, rt 
Cotton, rg 
Goodwin, c 

Mackintosh, lg 

Holmes, It 



PINS AND RINGS * 



OOI.D. ■ II.TBnt x>ro WWOW * ■«**»* 

Merritt Clark & Co. 

CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS, 
HATTERS AND TAILORS 

Agents for Society Brand Clothes 

A *4 Main St., Northampton, Mass. 

WOODWARD'S 
LUNCH 

27 Main St., Masonic Building, 
Northampton, Mass. 

LUNCHES SODA IC E CREAM 

Closed only frvm I A. M. to 4 A. M. 



M. A. C-WORCESTER GAME 

fContlnoed from W 1-1 



College Stationery 

With teal end Suin.rals, 

Desk Calendar Pads 

With balance of MM and all ol 1»S0. 
All kinds of 

Fountain Pits, iMMfS »< la m-tat Books 

A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer ood 



MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

KUOS AND CARPETS 
— K. D. HABM SWTATB - 



Mills' Studio 

Post Office Block 
Amherst, Msss. 



College Barber Shop 

HOrTH COLLEGE 

1920 Btyka 1^ prices 



«say it wrra ftowni w 

We hat* a Mfply of fresh 

Carwtloos, Roses, Wolds 

Ms.. Potted I'lants 
OBOWH OS TBI GAJtFTJS 




in- 20 yard* in six rushes, was held, 
M d forced to punt again. The quarter 
eoding with the ball in Aggie's posses- 
sion in midiield. 

On the third play after the opening 
of the second quarter. Poole broke 
through, evaded theonly man between 
him and the goal Has. and raced 40 
yards for the second touchdown. No 
goal was kicked; score M. A. tola, 

W ranflsld'. fumble lost Worcester the 
ballon M. A.CVs 40 yard line. ThM 
Maroon and White back.ield advanced 
It 26 yards, only to loose it on downs. 
Tech, thus far muHtly on the defensive, 
then varied their line bucking SU«U 
with some open football, and gained N 
yards, executing three forward passes 
for good gains. The half ended, with 
the visitor, within the 30 yard line, the 
nearest that they got to the M. A.i . 

goal line during the entire game. 

Aggie came back strong in the -acond 

half, forcing Worcester to punt on the 
fourth play of the period. The p.ay 
was then carried into W.1M'» territory : 
the Tech boys were forced back stead- 
ily to their SO yard line, from where 
Whittle tried a drop kick. He missed 
U by barely three yards. Against 
Worcester's .*»•>« offensive of the 
period the Maroon and White defence 
was a .ton* wall, and the visitors had 
to pool out of danger. From midiield 
Aggie began another march to the goal 
line. opening np big boles In the \N or- 
resterllne, and paving the way for the 
backaeld to advance the pigskin ... the 
„ne vard line, from where Whittle went 
„ ¥er for the third touchdown. Lent 
kicked the goal, brtmring l»» •«>«• to 
20-0 as the quarter ended. 

W P I's brace at th.bestnlng of the 
l„t' period was -sort lived, for slier 
making on. f rat down, Ibey *»l««*° &* 1 
„„, yard In three rush- and were com- 
pe1i.d t» kick. Aggbt scored Ike final 
touchdown of the game here, *■ »be 
i»l seven Minutes of the laat quarter 
Onee uwre Wereesier was poshed back 
^yarda.tkla Ume In fourteen rusae., 
I^rtadowaki wsal orer for th. score, 
M d Lent kicked gwd. With tb. . bw« 
^.0 Cooeb Gore began to sand In aub- 
ststutes. Apparently tb. opposing 
e le«. looked no «■«■■« *■ *«-• f ° r 
after taking the ball on downs, U. A < ■ 
TO bad it to th« 8 y«*d "»• » -J2 
order, where It wo. *b»n lb. Anal 
whistle blew and undoubtedly pN 
vented another tcore, 

Capt. Pond pUtysd only the first quar- 
l»r, restls* up for lb. Vermont game. 
Wbluls. who replaced hint at quarter, 
haadlsd lb. team well. The punting 
of Uwendowski was of high calibre, 
snd hard to handle, lodging by the way 
they wm jmnled. «■« K,BK p, «"i 
one of lb. best defenstre f«* ■ * 
tackle ever seen on Aim«nl Field, fast 
n^er kicks, agg^. «* taoW-f 
hard. Harold Pool's hm nm 

featured. ■_.« 

Fielder, at right hsrfhsck.j »«■»■■ 
at fullback, showed np well tor Wtwora- 
ter. The lineup; 



w. p. 1. 
le, Caleswortby 
It, Manning 
lg, White 
o, Canlield 
rg, Sargent 
rt, Sessions 
te, Kussel 
qb, Morse 
Lewandowski, rhb Ibb, Dexter 

Lent.lhb rhb.Needbam 

Poole, fb fb, Brown 

Score: M. A. C. 27, W. P. t 0. 
Touchdowns: Poole 2, Whittle, Lewan- 
dowski. Goals from touchdowns; Lent 
8. Substitutions: M. A. 0», Whittle for 
Pond, Gray for Cotton, Cotton for Gray 
Gray for Cotton. Delahunl for Muekin 
tosh, Mackintosh for iloodwin, Daggett 
for Holmes.. hikeniiii. for Lewun.lowski. 
I.ewingfor Glavin. and OottW for Dela- 
hunt; W. P. L, Bliss for Russel, and 
Fielder for Needham. Umpire ; Larkin 
i>\ Holy Crass. Keferee; Johnson «»t 
Suringlleld. Head Linesman: Kennedy 
of Amherst. Time; 12 minute periods. 




The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 22, 1919. 



TOVVNJ^ ALL 

"The Better Ole" 




The STSfttSSt .■..m.-.tv.lraiM. 
k'turluiKl »ve» |.r..<iu.eti. u 

Unot »wsr ptaf.bat s »; 

edyTsbowtng the an rand 

MDtlmsot of the 'v^ffi 
menol thstreachss, mil "' 
toaabsfroaibssiantasteao*. 

Newt Weekly. Mutt aad Jeff 

Topic t of the Day 
Barton Holmes Traveleaae 

Enid Bennett uml Dougla* 
MacLean tn 

"Fuss and Feathers" 

where the aaedae»t»| b» 

™weul«h > a r t.ryt«^.;.l : 

laiiittm fur some »n« ««» 
?$£ for «rt*ra~a haamn 

Htt»r> With & * 4U Ui k 

Pictosr.ph Comedy 

Vod-a-vil Movie* 



FRATERNITY PLEDGES 

i ..ntlnueil from page 1) 



I Saturday 



Marshman.Wilberll. M-riugbeld 

Sargent, Klcbmuiid II. Buxton, Me 

Blade. Irving W. «»'«- ,sea 

\S Kb, Conrad L. Minneapolis, Minn 

KAI'I'A OAMMA I'll I. 

Bates. Howard Cohassei 

BorgeeOO, Melvin B. Worcester 

LuddlngtOO. Frank W.New llaxen.Conn. 
Mll lley.. Joseph A. 

THKTA OKI 

Abele, TrescottT. 
llakel. Fnuene 

Dtaseek, Walter L. 
Gay, Alfred W. 
Hunter, Henry L. Jr 
lUdierls, Arthur W. 



Mat at » 

| g*e-t Stows 

6-45. «- 30 



Qataej 

Ml Ki«k... N I 

*)xt.»rd 

Gtuton 

Mi. Ki«k«, N. V. 

||>de Park 



MMI v I'm » f-iiov 
Alexander. Ihuiald 11. 
Baker. Howard 
Dowden. Philip B. 
Tarr, James J. 



H.txliury 

Marsblield 

Sandwich 

B«retl 




Mabel Normaad in 

"Peck's Bad Girl" 

Ttohif-MlMl.swIfte-.. BMS4 

ieU tf htful.'..n,e.1>Hlrui..ai>ro- 
.lined In Uianr m«on». 

jdei.."The Carts* Case" 
Haws W#wB»,Us»d Cents** 

Henry B. Walthall ami 
Mary Anderton In 

"The False Faces" 

Km.., UOSS Vanje-i. f.M.."«.. 
«i„ry. which rant" tin khh- 
,T* >e.,lna IVHit. .AS«f"*^ 

linluM" «nd »■ »b#"rl"'«« ■» 

"turnts " 

p..th» Bevtew Ceeaesy 

Bartoa Holsaee 






i v\mi.\ < in m 
Fetter. «..•■• rue A 

rtottey, Osotg s <; - 

Irish, Gilbert II. 
Jotanasn, fturlti. 
Mudgetl, Vernon D. 
Nicholaon. Ih.nald A. 
Nowers, Umald «, 
Paddock, W. lari 
Tlsdale, F,dwsrd H. 

KI.PWA IflOMA 

Grayson, Jiayniond II. 

Harrtngtoa, Itobetl J. 

U*wi*. Albert 

Phelps, Hari.y P. *»• WUlla»towa 

AVetUk OAMMA BHW. 

Alger, Mason Weat Brldgewater 

Arriniton, t,«tker II. Plorence 



■IIA. 

Watertown 

Finkedale 

Turner, Me. 

1 ►on-best er 

Sterling Janetioii 

Lynn 

Dan vers 

Worcester 

Med tie 1.1 



We have opened a 

New Shoe Store 

Compute New 3rod 

Expert Rei>sk Work Dow 

Shob Shinb Staup 
j. GINSBURC. » FloBSBiit Street 



pin. 

MHford 

Holyoke 

Eaathampion 



llate*. Kolrert B. 
lloek . trwim J, 
Friend, Soger B. 
HeweiL Bichaid C. 
L. 



WeatSpringHeld 
Springfield 
Potthntat 

Weal Springfield 
Greenfield 



We cam a f nil Ua« «rf 

StudeIlU , Appliances 

RUM0W k F«, Bectficians 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWEL 

Let ub serve you. 

ARTHUR P. W0 

197 Main St.. "Hamp 



,* 



O0MMOSS Cl.UB 

Burke, Edmnnd W. Jr.. 
FanBuf, John A. 
Heath, Allen J. 
Lindakog,GB»taiB. B- 
Newum, Payson T. 
Heard, Oknrt«s F, 
Smith. Jeffrey P. 
Tanner, Bdwln 
Towne, Warren U. 

1«S 
.Herbert 

1W1 
Tiiisos, BeginBld D. 



Waiertown 
W*^« Warren 
Newfase. Vt. 

I',, IS I Mil I 

Holyoke 

Plymouth 

Weal Roxdury 

IfufiUBttr 

Cambridge 

f»«bridge 

Whitman 



PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Every 



Quiet 



and Comfortabit 
facility for 

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European Plan, 



CROSS COUNTRY TEAM MEETS 
VERMONT AT BURLINGTON 



AGGIE SQUIB ORGANIZES 
CRAWFORD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



Leave Friday Noon for Hatch with 
Green Mountain State Harriers. 

Tin- M. A. C. eroKs-counlry toain will 
travel to liurliimtou, Vt M Satniday, to 
compete with the l". of v. in the second 
meet of the MasoBi l'roiiaidy seven 
nun will lake the trip. KotbiSfls 
knows ftboul the prowess of the Ver 

in. mt rnniiiTs, but from i he Information 
inlmiid.it looks as though Aggie should 

land ■ win. The W. P. I. meet showed 
a well-developed leam, the first live 
Hitti coming in at no great distance 
apart, and no one seeming tireatly fa- 
tigued. Slate, I he season's dark horse, 
should see lo il ilia! Lyons has company 
in (be van. Auuie ha» alpays been 
proud ot her eloss-euunlry KUeeesses, 

ami ih.- combination of youd couching 
and the old lighting spirii will make 
this J ear 110 exception. 

Tl,« illicit lass rneei, which has been 
deVSloptug for some lime' will Us held 

mi the tiisi Saturday that the team 
has an open date. 

M. A. C. DEFEATS WORCESTER 
IN CROSS COUNTRY RUN 



•OF- 



Fist Time Made in Initial Contest 
Of Year. 

Th.- M, A. < . <*ro*« fonnliv TSSJH 

game out victorious ovei Ike Woreeater 

11 ..n ike beat, rourse last Saturday 

hj th< seorc ■•! -'J i" •'••'• lio' ra.-e 

from 1 he Drill Boll during the 
1 . . and 1 in- coarse rose 
il..w 1 i.t ih. Barns, the Pouiirj Pleat, 
1.1 1 i.e Fiini Laboratory, to Ike Old 
1.1 to French Uall, pssf I'res t d s n i 
UuiuTiieid'K BoMae, n«,rth tbroagk the 
orchards past trover'* 1 1 m sod east le 
r-;t*! Plenxanl St reel .over Ml. Pleasant 
!•• Fearing Street, to Lincoln Avenue. 

to Alumni Field, and around I he track 
■nee. Thai. Ma eases on Ike Held dur» 
ma 1 lie wi ..ml i|ii.-trier of the football 
gait" ! ■ (jrdei In whleh the men 
in was: Lyon*. M. A. «'. Btst, 

r, W.P.I second, Slste. K. I « 
ilin 1 l| n»'. 11. U . p, I fourth, ..ray, 
M v I Hflb, Carlton, M. A. <' slstb, 
,M \ r, aovenlb, and Wor.-ester 
iio«i. ii»»k eight, ninth ami tenth place*. 
Fit*! place count* one, second two etc., 
and the first ten places wiinl, the low- 

■toff winning. The lime was 9k- 
»1b, *» 

The [cum did very well Indeed, espee- 
l«ily In view of the faet that the team 
baa no regular roach, and that Gordon 
who en tne in second In the flme trial* 
ww unable to run. nlivcr Flint has 
given as much time at* he cotttd to the 
tcsm and his work baa been well ap- 
>'td ■ii.-eeiwful a« Is shown by 
- . • i] r f re«nlts» He baa other work, 
howeve r, and is unalile to give the feam 
t he time that has usually been put o» It, 



More Competitors Wanted for Art, 
Literary and Business Departments. 

The Si/kUi board which will handle 
the publication of the StjviO has now 
been completed. The organization is 
its follows : 

Kditni-iii-cbief John A. Crawford *20 
Literary Department 

Editor- Frank A. Burks. '20 
AsauelsJf EdUo*— Balding F. Jack- 
son '22 
Art Department 

Editor - George A. Smith *2d 
Assistants— M. P. Webster 21 

Edward B. Lsbrovtts'Bl 

Business Dapaxtsasttl 

Manager'- Donald C, Douglas. 

Advertising — Laurence P. Martin 
Several men have handed in their 
names signifying i heir desire to compete 
for positions on the Smith hoard. ThOSS 
men ale for editorial positions 1U20 
lirown, Dottcelle. IBS1 (ioH, Ednian : 
for art positions, 11»2D Boyce; Itttl 
Hunker, Fletcher. M.Ncilty; 1P22, 
McKen/.ie; 1088 Town, I. an. low ; lor 
business, lPaOPeek ham, Derrick, KM 
Mr. .Smith. 

The ,s</kiVi board desires mole men out 
lor the ait and business department. In 
older lo complete I he Staff, Beside the 
general board there will be a stall <>t 
saatatantt- A euntribuiore board will 
al*o l»e oigsalsed. 



calril iilrtiiiiMat iipteropal (Cliurrh, 

Corner Main and Whitney SnreeU, 
A CLASS OF SEVERAL YEARS' STANDING, 

Meets next Sunday, October 19, at 12 o'clock 

To begin this year's work ; reorganize; elect officers; make plans and program. 
We invite you to be present and help. 

A Live Class — Live Discussions — Live Members, 

Preaching by the Pastor at 10-45 A - M - A Superlative Epworth League at 6-30 P.M. 

Amherst Methodism is cordial and warm hearted. 

Sincerely yours, 

Thomas T. Johnston, Pmstoi 



Deuel's Drug Store 



TOILET ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORDS 



Kodaks and Supplies 



Fountain Pens 



Iriiertraternlty football bj la vogue at 
M. 1 I I long wiih battehail and relay. 



U 



Shorty" Berman 

Hat received a new line of t be 

New Sport Hose" 



Full line of 



Gvm, nil tion and l'omf> SIpm- 
7 South College 

»»pr.».nilng TH0S. S. CMILDS, lac 



AN A. E. F. FARMERS' CLUB 

First Meeting of Overseas Men Bring. 
Out Good Numbers. 

A meeting was held In .Stock bridge 
Hall last Tuesday night lo consider Ho- 
advisability of loriniiigaloi.il chapter 
of the A. K. F. Farmer- fjiub 

Th# American E. F. Farmer's 01 ub 
was organl*eil at Beauoe, France In 
June lUln, and was denigned to unify 
ami eoiiiitine In t he Si ate«, the a«i iv 1 1. - 
begun in France by the 800 or more 
'TlllS.ls' Clllb." Iimlllllfrd in the A. 
K, F, as a part of the educational pn* 
irrsm undar ih. l.a<lership of President 
Hutterlield. 

Tbanwrpeosoi las Bfalloaal Clab, a. 

staled In lis eonstilnllon, is to enroll all 
army and nary roan who art inlaresie.l 
in agriculture, to keep each member 
informed wganling opportunities si 
home and abroad and to promote 
broader and belter Ideals. 

I he club viol to eetabllsb a publi- 
cation. TblsBtaffaaine is to ha railed 
"World Agltculln^• ,, and is intended to 
pm.nl the broader aspects of agricul- 
iure which bars been emphasised by 
the war, Th« pnrptMt. of the magaalne 
is to present information at«»al the e«»- 
nomie relailons and living coodttloe. 
prevailing in e$wh country bj giving: 
Firni, a digest or report and opliitoti m* 
preacnted in the axrteullflral press, at 
home and abroad. : Swefind, by priming 
special ill nat rated »ril*dni! about SOflb 
^rtntry; Third, u> pro*itle an open 
fofiiin (or dlscUs»h>u of the question 
pertaining to rural progress . 

The magazine Is to be seot tojill mem- 
Iters of the idub. Another meeting of 
those Interested in forming a local 
chapter was held in sioekbHdge Hal! 
at "i-JMl, Tuesday Oct. 81. At this time 
further dJoeussfva of the plan took 

place, Aniong tin 1 «|Ueslioini cou«ii|ered 

were wbeib.r 11 •* odvlaalde to make 

file local ili.'ij.ii r I Mlusively for o?ef« 
seas men or whether it would he better 
flit in a World Agricultural « Itib •pen 
toall members of the student body, 
Laibesck II. P. 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer S Office $1.00 
LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 12, 1919. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

Published every Tue«l.y evening 
by the Student** of the Massa- 
chusetts AitrU-ultiiral Colle K e. 



BOARD OF EDITORS. 
,, iB C Mapiks m. Editor-in-Chief 
J™A.i-K^H.u..^.Man. K ln« Editor 

Associate Editors. 

BKORGE H. W.HMWA8I1 *». 
(iF,.iH»iK W. Human '91. 
Bohrbt I.. .Ionrm '21 

I.AWKKN. K I'. MAHTIN « 

KRVXETII A. BARNARD '22 
||..|,AUT W. Bl'KI.NO "22 

liKI.UINU V. JACKSON '22 



Ill'HINKM Department. 
O««.«M.rAJiPHKM.'a0. murine Manager 
1. R F A MIT. m AdvertUtng Manager 

KVF.RKTT C, l'KKST..S 21 
IMHEHT M. I.IN.illAM '22 



Subieription $2.00 per year. Single 
copies, 10 cent*. Make all «■«•» W* 
ble to The /ftaasachusetta Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 



P «t om " Acerted for calling at spec* 

™ October, urn ■«*•** Au.Mto.ww. 



satisfying pleasure, the motto of which 
is, "Iiook us over, we are as nearly per- 
fect as the Lord ever made." And in 
so displaying the accomplishments of 
themselves and their fraternity broth- 
ers, and in obliterating the virtues of 
other men similarly engaged, they have 
lost view of the all important aim of 
college attendance. Other men, namely 
the Freshmen, occupied themselves 
probing for the truth in conflicting 
stories, and in polishing their manners 
for the next party. In deciding which 
group of men they closely resembled, 
they, too, have suffered a deterioration 
in their scholastic purposes. 

With the rushing season a thing of 
the past, there looms into the conscious- 
ness of all, that exacting ami unyield- 
ing Dean's board. Especially to the 
Freshmen is this spectre threatening. 

Since this Dean's board is an indi- 
cator of the possibility of men's being 
dropped from college, it will be well 
that men keep their names off the list. 
Not only from the standpoint of the in- 
dividual is this true, but also from the 
standpoints of the fraternity, class ami 
colleue. 

So it behooves every man who desires 
to graduate this coming June, or three 
years from then, to delve into nis books 
diligently. J - *■« * 



ROISTER D01STER SOCIETY 
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR 



New Plans for Managerial Competi- 
tion to be Used this Year. 



World Aggie Night. 
This Saturday will mark one of the 
blmje.t and most important days in 
AbW. history. That is the date set 
(or the formal wind-up of the Memorial 
Building fund drive, and the day on 
-hich is scheduled the greatest series 
of alumni reunion, which have ever 

taken place. 

Th i* plan for holding what i. It. i re- 
ality a big alumni reunion by gather- 
iBg , in various cities all over the world, 
where . group of M. A. P. men is lo- 
cated, 1« a wonderful idea. l« mean. 
,hM far more alumni will be able to 
mft e, loueiher lhan could ever attend 
a reunion on the Campus. So It fa 

bou«.i i« .«»•»»•• * »;*•"'. ,M,w ^ h u ' 

alumni spirit and fellow-feeling for the 
coUe «e than has been produced by even 

JL impassive reunions of former 
«a« Saturday night should give 
J" alumnus one of the very best 
times and be one of the mosi memorable 
,„ Mi nus of .fa «h, «« » «y» M « 
morP enlivening and more enjoyable 
„„„ renewing rampu. friendship*, 

talking »»« «'"*■• "^"ThXt 
meeting old chums perhaps for theflrit 
Hme -luce «»e war? That kind of a 
„„,«„■. be beaten! We fully ..peel 
,„hear thai ihtaw renn.ons have been 
well attended and thoroughly mcwm- 

The splendid feeling always aroused 
«l any gathering »f Aggie men should 
go ^ long way toward insuring a «ri- 
nm| ,ban« climax to the Memorial Fund 
dri e on October ■*, The progre* 
w ,,;,b ba, been made ihusfarlntbe 
campaign for eon.ribu.ions *'**£: 
Mv w. I.ut the total amount pledged 
Bh „w, That despite the ...agnlflot send 
MKXwn by the undergraduate contri- 
,» ll uo„„«hegoali.alon«w«yoff The 
ipW i, fa n„„„d m tell, b«we»r. and we 
-aoeet to see it demonstrated once more. 
We Ire contident the alumni will no, 
( „. a ppo„H » I. om.ln. thmogh wl.li 
a Wg Aggie victory m Oetooerao. 




BONDS 

ACCEPTED AT PAR 



Hi ii in no < oaaiTTK* 



The Roister Doister Dramatics Soci- 
ety met for their first meeting of the 
year last Wednesday afternoon in their 
loffieelo the old chapel. Plans for the 
eomlttg year were brietiy discussed and 
I many suggestions were made for the 
improvement and re-establishment of 
dramatics on the campus. 

It was decided that instead of having 

two business managers as at present, 

in,,,, the Junior class, there should 

only be one who would be the Junior 

manager. This method is along the 

same line as the system used by the 

musical clubs at present. The Idea of 

the system is to give the responsibility 

to one person who by working alone 

with the general manager obtains much 

more experience than two men 

could obtain. The position is 

filled by competition starling in the 

Freshman year. Any one interested 

should see-C. M. lioardman '20. 

The possibility of staging a student 
vaudeville sometime In December was 
■ilso favorably discussed, developments 
toward its production will be announced 
in the near future. 

The following officers were elected for 
the ensuing year: President, U. S. 

Smith '20; vice-president, (J. Loekw 1 

'21; secretary, Uosoff "21. 

, 16 __p re ,l \v. Jerome who is run- 
ning an extensive farm in South Hadley 
is the proud noaaeasor of a pair of twins. 




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for our clothes for men and boys. 
Result! Satisfaction! 

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THE SPIRIT BACK OF IT 



Buanlaf Se«»on ©▼•*. 
During the prat lb"* «» d oM * b "" 
weeks the majority- of men H this 
T^pus have been engMed in thai ^H. 



Gicsti.kiibx: 

Enclosed find my pledge toward the 
Memorial Building and only wish that 
It might be more foi such a laudable 
cause. I happened to be one of those 
who answered the call from Aggie dur 
iug the Spanish war and my interest in 
your undertaking fa doubly strong. In 
bM»king over the names of itaime who 
have pledged in the issue of the < oi i i 
aiASof (H*t. 1. I was struck with the 
few names of men between classes of 
'TO to '06. As I knew these boyi (and 
most of us are still boys when we think 
of Aggie) they were boys who would 
gel on in this world and should be able 
to assist in your undertaking. Go after 
tbwn hard; get one of (heir classmen to 
write them a letter and tell htm to call 
them down good if they don't come 
through. 

Just look back at some of the football 
teams I played on and was captain of at 
old Aggie, and tell everyone of those 
fellows to be out for practice on Jan. 1. 
KM), July 1, 1920, July 1, 1W1 and July 
1, 1922. Tell them it is the deciding 
game of the year for M. A. 0. and the 
undergraduates are all on the sidelines 
watching ihe outcome. 

They bate it in them to "come thru*' 
and 1 n •«« you will not be dis- 
appointed. 

Here is to the "49" who gave l heir all 
for us and best wishes for your success 
in raising the funds and if when Jan. 1 
rolls around you have not enough send 
out an emergency call to the aame onea 
and we will come through again. 
Yours very truly, 

Alfrkt? D. GH.K *00. 




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the art of bat manufacture. 

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struclion avoids waate and makes 
possible qoiek and easy handling of 

milk. 

The He Laval Cream Separator is 
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De Lavals are tun and cleaned by 
children every day. 

This simplicity means iong life and 
freedom from repairs, and is the out- 
come of over forty years of unques- 
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hncuting. developing and perfecting. 
Fverv part has been developed to 
its highest degree of simplicity coo- 
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has earned for itself the name of 
being "the world's standard sepa- 
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More De I*vafa are In use than of I 
all other makes combined, 

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WHY? 



Why erect this "Student Union" type of Building as our 
Memorial ? 

Because s 

We have at the present time no center of student activities on our Campus. There 
is little to encourage a democratic student life. Dormitory accommodations are in- 
sufficient Our present Social Union Room is a make-shift. There is need of the right 
sort of place for College dance^-of a comfortable "homey" lounging room for class 
smokers. 

College activities are recognized as a valuable and important part of under- 
graduate life-as an opening for men with initiative and ability,^as a training for 
the problems of business life. 

At the present time undergraduate organizations have only make-shift offices or 
no offices at all. Their equipment is not an inspiration to business efficiency. The 
College Senate, The Collegian, The Musical Clubs, Dramatics, The "Y," and other 
organizations need a place to work. 

As for the Alumni : 

We have no permanent Alumni Headquarters-no place that Aggie Alumni can 
call their own. Given a place to do business, and a working organization, there should 
be no limit to the service* which our Alumni Bureau can perform. We are getting the 
latter,— we need the former. 

Finallr* 

If we could ask those forty-nine boys what they would have ua do for them, 
wouldn't they ask us to do just this,-to erect juat thto .ort of a Building, which w, 1, 
in giving continual service to their College friends and ctas-mate*. be a fitting tribute 
to the unselfish generosity of their test great sacrifice? 



17 yon* de** to thoae bow gow. Vut thin 
It to Amlienrt Mini awke it count. 



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For V^u. R««ivH. I gWly P"«*e to PV to tb. orier of THE ASSOCIATE ALUMNI OP 

THE MASSACIH SETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE th. «-m rf^ .... _ _ 

Don™, in four equal taUlln«nU » fo«ow.:-on January I. IBM. July I. M , July L U«. an-l J-jy L «**• 

Payable n. the offiee „f .he Tre»urer of the Ma»«h™etU Agncullur.l College. A.nherrt. Ma-. 

Rcerriiig the rifht of anticipating payment, and of paring the whole or any port.on <n .1,, praapal 
before maturity, 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 22, 1919. 






The Ma»aciiusetts^^ 



22, 1919. 



PRES. BUTTERF1ELD TELLS 

OF HIS A.JL^XPERIENCES 

Crawford '20 Make. Appeal for Squib 
Contributions at Mass Meeting. 
At AHHembly fc* Wednesday. In- 
dent Uutteitield outlined son.e of h.s 
experiences in Europe and the workup 
plans of the American rnivera.ty. 

President UutU-rneid told how, at 
rim the organization wa* earned on OJ 
Te Y M. C. A. and ««■ developed only 
with "the askance of the army but 
fetor the whole scheme w» controlled 
by the United States «ovcrn.mMH. In 

uLon with the |«H* *"« '—; 
Universities, the American «-olh ; ucss,ni 
„,,„ to .each their soldiers. lh.s gov- 
ernment was daw to torn, Us own 
S c.hool,bnt when ii had been completed 

the A. E.F.rniversity had the bes ed- 
ucational plans among the AJHej. 
There were ecbuuli of engineer, ng, agri- 
culture, science, medicine, art. educa- 
tion, and many others, 1"2 .n all. 

The growth of the attendance in these 
t . (lU rses was remarkable. The ita- 
weut from a «•« handful to over 
15 000 Had men been kept in Europe 
longer the enrollment would have In- 
creased much further. 

Besides the oflieial cxpenences hat 
he had. President liu.terliebl told ..I h» 
experience. « a soldier. His insign.a 
...used much amusement. He told of 
,U various nickname., the "order of ihr 
K oldencm»lle." and .he-unextinau.sh- 

ahle R«* jet," the appropriate,...** of. 
which he commended, the ex,... | 
meet of the president were »»»"H."« 
and enlightening .■uucerniiii: the *•**«« 
»itempts at education. 

In the Dm m«linB that followed 
and alter the usual announcements had 
been made, Crawford **> made an ap- 
peal to the .tudent body f«»r */•">•• Hc 
outlined the P»t and future plana f«r 
,h**,.fh.and compared the past and 
lb a hoped-for quaJUSe* of the paper. 
The Senate pawed ««« subscript .on 

blank., »««» ■*« w ' re mSui IO ' Ub 
^rtbeb.ibe psner for the year. 8er- 
era! of the men from the floor expressed 
opinion, in favor of eupi»rtl.i« the 
s„ M »h Alm.it *.»» subsrrip.ions were 

Jade out. ew.»«l> » «** !*•*' *""*" 
oa, i»wma hoped that more couid be 
obtained. K«ur hundred were deairrd. 



ALUMNI NEWS 



LIBRARY NOTICES 

A iUt of lapecially Helpful Boeka for 
Student, on the Oolfef* ©*■««•. 
Education w a belter safeguard »t 

liberty than a Handing army,- A. 

JSrereH. 

llenton,.;. V The real college. 

Bel well, K, After wdlege whit '. 

Brigs*, I, H. College life. 

Brown, c. K The cap and gown. 

(anfleld. I, "• The college .Indent 
and hit problema. 

Cooper, C.S. Why go to college. 

FUch. A. 1*. The college course and 
t b« preparation for life. 

F-rater, W, «*« «**»■ *■»• ,W 

cdfeg* HIM- , 

roater W, T, Should iind»Bti »iudy, 
Oauw.C. Through college on nothing 

GHrti"'»- The use of the m«r B ln. 
Hyde, W. I). The college man and the 

r«»llege woman, 
lordan. D. ». Oareand culture of men. 
Keppeh F. I*. The undergraduate and 

his cdlep f m<jn m 

Thwing.fr- meir»««» ■ 

the world's future, 
Tan Dyke, Henry. Sd i» l*»e ■■*■■ 

ttlU». 



The Worcester County Alumni Assu- 
,.ju,ion has recently elected the follow- 
.„,,. , )iri , t . rs : President, Harry .1. Har- 
low MW. Sbtewsbmy; vice-president, 
\ 1> Perry 'U; secretary, Howard L, 
Bu.se.ri8; treasurer, liiehard Tall 16, 
Oxford. ......ueMelicanir, and Stanley 

Wriut.t -15, both of Worcester, W6W 
„ aui ed as a committee foiirrange for an 
v ,„i, i,an.,uet Oct. », »> conjunction 
With M. A.O. ban,,ue.H the same n.-ht 
in evervcitv in the United Slates. 

.01 -The Kansas State Am .cultural 
( - (lU e a e also has ur^/M-atrumwhieh 

.„ Blip the following paragraph nom- 
lUttui M. F. Abeam, as the n.os, 
pi , llU lar professor in the college. 

J :ill|ur (lll | 1 eC«Hr.,.-.««:Wh>haM-.il 
vounominatod-MikeAhear.,.' IL.w 

nialiy „f our students know « ha. .he 
u „ly time we ever beat K. I. u, football 

was when Mike was coach ? I NfkM 

that that ought toeoun. torsomchinu 

i„ a popularity contest, lie has alwa- 

,„.,.,, slIia Jlrou»d booster for the college. 

UjhodywhO has heard him talk at a 

pep meeting knows .hat he .an deliver 

IbeU-ods. He eat. tellaMoiy l-e-.e. 

lhilll anyone in Manhattan. B* al 

ways has a pleasant smile for cvers one 

And be doesn't belong to the committee 
,,„ s tud,nt atlaira. 

m-^pike" Mayo is headmaster of 
the Antrim .School district. Antrim. S H 
*lo 11 W. liishop is working with 
Ul( .> llI .»dee-W«lIs-.IouesMilkfo.af2mh 

:ll( d.leffem.n Sis, Philadelphia, la. 

TH-H.T. Ed wartls writes as follows: 

•MI„J..ne:U».»»lfl. lit credmy reslg- 

ti:ilU o. as dl,c.,.,r of Aurlcul.ure of Ih. 

Philippine Islands, and mi .tunc i.,.l»l., 
, n „.r«.d,heM.rC,ceo,.».eiuHedMH«e. 

Apartment of i«iImU««1« the port- 

ti( ; n) » f ,peelaiiM in Fiber lMau«l'r.H,,c- 

t|nn ta 1|M . hnrcan of Plant Industry . 
X,hfe from service in the Cited State., 
I have been detailed during the pMl 
two vean for investigational work In 

th e Uawaiian WaA. ^ "f^™ 
Ufeods. the Bahama Islands the N ir- 
gSn l.l»n,U. . uba. Porto Hun Sa»«o 
Lmi n go and ll.itl. M> b« «■» 
»d.lre» 1. I*mee of Fil*er Invesfgatioi.s. 
Buret of Plant Industry . In i ted hi atep 
^rtment of Agriculture, .ml my 
home address I. l*=WW.t.....N..S.N>. 

Wasuinuton, U. 0, 

»i9-4^..ifMy A. Ib»tf« i- work nu a. 
the Wllh.whr.M.k Karm.North 1'emhroU, 

•!•. U.,bcriti, follln-has a pnaMhm 
wlth\h. '*»nnk.,t uranue and Lemon 
i -...- at San Wmmi. Cal. ■jwur l thm with 
1 f, 1H moil of M A. t . "10. 

IW -William M.tber Is eaalatani 
„,„.»„,., to the Bbode Mend to|--n- 
m m Station at Btpi* »• ^ nn,i ta 
a , present doing special work in agron- 
( ,„,v..tndvlHg homegrown wed. He 
wJ in Amherst with hi. family for a 
few days in September. 





HERE 

Is the place for you to buy your 
clothes while you are in college.^ 
We have had over thirty years' 
experience in selling goods to 
college men at reasonable prices. 
For every dollar that you spend 
here you get full value, and re- 
member that our goods make 
good or we will. 
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

(You know what they are) 

$35.00 and up 

Other good makes from $20 up. 



Largest stock of Convertible 
Collared Shirts in the state. 

Interwoven Sox— best sock 
made for hull a dollar. 



Leather Coats 
$23 up 




Leatherette Coats 
$23 



f. M. THOMPSON & SON 

Good Clothes tor College Men 




f»tI0Ii3 ELECT OfFICERS 

The Senior eliw eleeled .,n Ch-f..her 
Hit. officers for the firpf half of the 
war, They ate a* f»"«wa : President . 

U F. M«i.e«d» »f i*»» ll - flr, " |,r, "' i 

dMl H. F. Wortbtej.of .,rcc..w,^i: 
^reiar,. J. C. Maplea, of Por..b,Mer, 
K ,f,j it««rer. C. J. Ilagget.,of Al- 
h« r , m, T.l -wewit at arm,. A. ,. 
|n„mI. of lioillrton I captain. i,«Kidncti. 

of Melnaw. 

Vm MANAGWS 

In » meeting held after A«nAI» !»*« 
Wednesday. the Fraehmaa .-fe»» «i*«-'«-« 
Aleaander, manager of Ihe *«»»»»•«> 
t,am and Hnbbart, claw eheer leader. 





TO-MORROW. AND TO-MORROW, ANI> TO-MORROW 

That*, where you are going to get left. You are pulling off and pulling off 
what you will have io do eventually. Quit poelpouiog Ihia mea.uriue up lor your 
Fall Suit at Ihe llou»e of Walah. The beat fabric, are diaappeariug day by day. 
You want a new auil ready for Ihe fir.l Informal and it all lake* lime. 



ye flggie Inn 

SPE:CIAI_ SUNDAY SUPPERS 

Home-made 

WAFFLES, PIE AND ICE CREAM 

Open every night till u P. M. 



THE DAVENPORT 

The unsurpassed eating hous • »",r "Aggie" men and their friends. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS 



KEENLY CONTESTED GAME 

EXPECTED WITH VERMONT 



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ViBitora Have Won only One Game 

but Held Syracuse, Columbia and 

New Hampahire to Low Scores. 

Next Suttirday afternoon tlo- fast l*n- 
teraity of Vermont team will conic here 
iur a football (fame with M. \. '*• The 
Vermont team baa made « Bond <ih*»w- 
ng this season in its stiff schedule. 
Their scores are as follows: 

1*. of V. 21, Clarkaon 2 
S y rac u se 27. I'.of V. n 
Columbia 7. i'. of V. 
s U. State in, 1'. of V. 
The Syracuse team defeated IMtts- 
huruh. which is considered one of tin- 
heal teams in the eottitirj , by the score 
„f •/? u. N'ew Hampshire's faat learn 
gat its points in the list, two minutes of 
play. Theecoreaand the standing of 
Ihe laMM thai Vermont has played 
aaalnst indicate that there U a fast 
bases comisg hec thi- weekend. 

...iiHclly the liultt halfback, linxdc the 
-tar punter, and the firs* airing ends are 
•he dangerous men on the team. 

M \ e.'s scores glfe a* favorable, II 
Ml ;t »ofe favorable, Impression, They 
■re as follow?; 

M. A.C. 16, C. A.t 1 
!>■« mouth 27, M. A. C. 7 
M. A.f. 27. W. IM.o 
The backfi-ld laaf Saturday showed 
up as a very faat aggreisafion, and with 
l'o nd back tn his position as a quarter, 
the team will probably show greater 
speed. 

The plowlBf; through the line by 
Poole, l^wandowski's plsa^es to one 
side or the other, and l*Bl*i speed in 
all the pTaya will ea»a* Ihe vfaitiHg 
team much eoSMm, 

The line gave sybieiHse of marked im- 
pmremei.t. Kin«*s tackling was one of 
the beat me hlbiilous .»f f oOfhaH ability 
and endorsee erer given oa Alumni 
Field. The use of substitute Hse-Bies 
Rbows thai Injury to the flnt string men 
will not hold up the team, 

Tba lineup tor the game will prob- 
ably not differ from that of laalSatur. 
day'i game exwpt that fund will be in 
the iiuarierback's pf»Ition. With the 
same lighting apWt working thai kept 
the ball Is Worcester's territory for the 
.greater part of the ganje, and that held 
Dartmouth, 20 pound* to a«SB be«i»l«f, 
[in Die Ktore of 27-7. M. A. C. should 
[win Saturday' s game. 

llir- i in,,j>ur<, a weekly puhlimbed 1»> 
Iitie nfmleiits of the I'nlteftlty "f Koch- 
|e»ter has Inaugatsled a series of weekly 

tapper* for the ua etobori of its staff. 
iTIie plnns rail for informal newspaper 

talks from important members of the 

Wg »«iropo1ilan dailies. 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

\Vki»xkpi>ay on. 22. 

(Mil i'. m.-Y. M. <'. A. meeting, OM 
Chapel, speaker. I'n.t. Al- 
beit Parker Kiteu. 
Tin iim<\\ , <»<T. 24. 
m. -Maud. din club rehearsal, 
Social I* n ion. 

Fhiua y, Oct. 24. 

u— Chapel. 

Smi i:i.\\. <>«T. 25. 
u.— Cross country M. A. 0, vs. 
iriiv. of Vermont, liur- 
lingtcti 
M.-Kuoihall, M.A.r. vs. luiv. 

,,t Vciroont. 
n Knot ball M. \ I 1988 vs. 
lJeerlleld at Weerlield. 

Mnsini . tKT. 27. 
M,— Chapel. 

Ir r-stiw (k-r. 2S. 

M.— Senate meeting. 
*.— filee clnb rebearwal, QM 
t haf*I. 
Wronk«dai <>«t. », 
m.— Aiwembly. 



Russell, Burdsall & Ward Bolt & Nut Co. 

PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK 



KHT.MIUSIIKI. 1S45 



?SrL EMPIRE 



The Celebrated 



BOLTS and 
NUTS 




3-ts. ft 

$100 TO THE CLASS WITH 

THE BEST FUND RECORD 



Alumnus Offers Cash Prize to go to 
OlaM Treaeury. 

One humired dollars is on hand at the 
alnmui headquarters io bet timed over 
to tb« class hating the beat record of 
contributions to M, A. t'.'s Memorial. 
|a Aggie alumnus has contributed this 
sum hut has requested that bis same 
•booid not tie announced. 

Ii in stipulated ihat Ihla money 
iboaW be used m a elaaa endowment 
fund, Ihe interest to he used for claaa 
enpeiwe* and the principle to be turned 
over to the indleg^ when the claaa has 
m tosger iiesd of ita income. The 
The gt«r hopes that this sum may 1h> 
merely a neal-egg forfunh»-r additions 
to the "endowment gift fssd" hf lbs 
class winning it. 

It bM been requested that Ihe deefa- 
los »■ lo the wf B«er be made by a joint 
isb-eommittee of the Building Commu- 
te* and the KxecutlTe c»mmtUm of the 
Associate Alumni. The award is to be 
based priaarily on the per cent, erf mea 
coniribuiifiK. l»"t ai««. on the average 
individual roniributMOis; in general on 
ihe beat class record. 

Jhere a» aeTeral elaaaes at the pres- 
ant time that are running a close raw 
fur ibis prl*e. 

The CwfltiM ' •»f'**» 'far which has l»e«n 

a ,. n ,«,niiin Aiftfie pablicafion will he 
resumed this year, and will Ue out in 
1 time for Christmas present. 



I 



Whena Farmer 
Quits Work 




Where does he go? 

What does he do? 

How does he live? Well, the retired 

farmers have their own little Paradise, 

says 

«25e COUNTRY 
GENTLEMAN 

and there they spend their days bask- 
ing in the sunshine, watering die lawn, 
dodging the real -estate highbinders, 
eating at the cafeterias, boosting the 
climate. Farmers, stockmen, dairy- 
men — thousands of them pack the old 
bankroll into the old jitney each year 
and hike for Paradise. 



Freeman Tilden has 
lately been there far 
COUNTRY GEH« 

IAN. and, with bis 
spectacle* on. 
he baa watched the re- 
tired farmers at work 
aadphw. He 
ten erven 
will be run aa a 
At the same Utrw there 
win Hart another Ereat 
new Mries, "Dotal His 
B- it with What Hi'i 
Got" -real stories of 



farmers who are success- 
ful in a small way — and 
happy in a pat way. 
The first article of each 
of these series will ap- 
pear ta the issue of TWI 
COUMTBY QWfTIA- 
MAM that wffl come to 
vat neat week, if you 
tend me, with your name 
and address, one dollar 
for a whole year's wb- 
aeriptioB— 53 big, *W 
tally helpful issues— and 
send h TODAY. 



COSTS $1.00 -OFTEN SAVES $100 00 



Lewis W. 

8 Nutting Avenue. 



m 

inherit , Mm 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 22, 1919. 








8 



The Mas6achu f e«s_Cc^^ 



«*i 



MUSICAL CLUBS PROGRESS 
WEEKLY REHEARSALS HELD 

Result* of Tryouts to be Announced 
in the Near Future. 
The manual dubs are now under way 
as , ho leaders have been elected and 
the reheard atarted. The Glee Club, 
MpeeUlly.ls ecwitaa well at the eoaeli 
has beenseleeted and tried t be voices 
tWi Tuesday li order to determine 
Who is .-arable enough bathe quartet. 
Professor maolow hna been -hoseu as 
...^.^andheshoublbelKuk-dNveliby 

the students as everyone know* l hat 
be is an i "valuable man to the college 
shying. First of all man candidates 
are needed to try out for parts. Tenors 
are needed the most. Uebeaisals an ... 
1(l . lH .,d every Tuesday Btgfct in the old 

chapel • 

The Mandolin Huh is lioblum a re- 
hearHaleaehThur..la.N nig W in th, -- 
Ctairnion. Altbouuh t he .dub ,.io,». 
i.,s ... be up to par m-te men ale, 
ni .,. ( |edtoplaythe piano and I be 1 nan- 
(l<lU „,»„dauood drummer would be a 
help aa laat jaatfi dtun.me. has left 
college. 

Y.M.C. A. MID-WEEK MEETING 
STARTS THIS WEDNESDAY 

Dr. Fitch ol Amherst to Open Series 
of Meetings. Many Fine Speak- 
ers Obtained. 

The first of V. M- < • *■■ •**f*f* 
meetlnga f«»r ihis year will be b'hl rlui. 
• veninitin Ifcft OW Cha#*I« beu.n.dnu 
it 6-40. The sp-aker will l»e l*r.»i, \l 
bert I'arker Kiteh of Amherst < .dteue. 

these meetings, which will be held 
rtgu'srlv -I, Wednr«lay eveningp 
thmuabuat the year, •« intended [<■ 
provide an , M .iH.riui.iiy for men ... WW 
1,4-etherfor the refre-lnnenl and i 
e»ln K of their ChrMlan -plrit. The-, 
serve much the same purpose RW 
the weekly player meeting hi h*»Ht«. 
taMktntf ahtghoHerare 1«mi.« «*■ 
lalned, men who by their w%fmHnm 
BrP pnrtieularly abte ... HTM ...«."• 
„«„, Among tho»c wh.. arc tube h.i- 
In the near lumr* are He*, !■■« 
, l( ,r.loi, i.ilkeyol spili.glieM .ml I'.- 
f« w »r Ralph I.. Oh***! «l Sfring 
College. The entire fW f-r the aM 
l»rrn will be W««J »<*"" 

All pcr*oM aw m.wt euMMaHf t«- 
vlted to these meeting*. 



BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

Ami "tliei u'.hxI tlmm* t" eat. 

MRS. L. M. STEBBIN5 

Mia.lleSto-.t. .IVl. ■..■-«. Ilu.ltey. M;.sn. 




Niirtlmuiuton • M*«S. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

W lit-re I tie I lest 

PHOTO-PLAY 
FEATURES . . - 

Art- thews. 

Froaram chaased daily e«*pt Monday 

and Taeiday. 

lia.MK r. ISK1.M«>NT, Mitimuer. 



S. S. HYDE 

13 1-lesiMHt Street 



Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Biok*n Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watcl Ripalrlng etHtju niM 
Promptly aid Skilfully Done 

jtail»rneilonCii»rnatssd 

No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Your appear:,.... to marred »i«le« >»iu 

Footwear is Correct 
E. M. BOLLES 

The p!«« »9 8° for ^"^e* Sh *** 



F U 1 A r A- L I N 8 1 M y M /•' S ■ 8 slinr 8 
2tQ 8 WEST 38th 8TBJSBT 

Outfitting 

Authorities 

For College Men 

Embracing Hand-Tailored Clothes, 

London-made Aquascutum Overcoats, 

Furnishings, Hats and Shoes 

I fl tl»* Staples and Novelties (rf Men's Attire 

and driving its intelligence and its nu-r- 
chandUe Imm exclusive and auUmntaOye 
s,.nrcfs ifl London. Paris and New York. 



Our representative will exhibit at 
the Nash Block, November 7 and 8 




! ,MH AVENUE, XKW YORK 




1ST!, 

Choke Orowrie* and Frefca hi temmt 
. ..m wrioM.ii'k 
H-r.t QrunB« «l«»i*w 



CAMPUS NOTK 




mm inn 

V.ithampt"!' M»^w 

lUBOfEAN PLM 




K. Wriaht »»-*», of ArUn«tMTi.iir*n[ 
the w##k-«nd «»n ihp Wi^. 

Ikwher »Bd 1*lphm.i m ri «»««• tort- 
I, a l1 »|n.d «r» .t prew.i nMMlMi««al 
Lbe iiiliriUMty fn»w M-n»u» «*«-, ..I in 

r»..tiiMi«. 

rtHton W. srou **»• '*» Frld *> " ,,,r " 
|HB for llr-«H»R, Mw.. whrrr \n wdt 
upend Hip r«l.d Ihf '«« M «" «1- 
prpnHrt itmhml \n agrUiiliur.l w,,rk. 
TtiU work will ,,,uiit f, . «.diu in Aarr- 
cultural B«mMtiiir.«. wl.nh ww "Urol- 
ty '■" mmjot, 

Fr«W*Bt'i »»c*ption. 

pfggtflpfrf ami Mn, r- • 
«repU.»« in iWl h»«,»- "'^ 

tuning to «lip wjw «*ml»f™ ««f the 

bkvIh ■«! «-Tr*" r lfaB «« ff "* nl *«• 

,,ani.«p»t«. Thct»u«».e wMTeTyannw- 

,U.1> .I.-...ra»pd wiih r,»p« nml pnlii«^ 

Ik, hMtw w«» ■»» 1 »*« l *» Mr * ''" ,M1 

I'bHiin, Mra. C. B. 3t.r-l.all. Mr- Rs) 
Htannanl Bakef, »« '» J »P"«««< 
Mr. W. K. Hart. Mr^, K. W. Mofta, Mr. 
| (, Hicks, M». U»«»»*r.l W Walk«-r. 
and Mis* Mm Wkiiiner. 



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College Candy Kitchen 

— Open bXL the time — 



THE ONLY PLACE IN TOWN MAKING 
™ HOME-MADE CANDIES 



THEMiLLmJE^LRYfTORE Chocolates, FudgM, Caramels 



t\mm Wa»«fc ■•»f* | W'. ■«"' ****" 

m 



THE HOME 

of Af fie Men 

IN 

8PBINGFIELD 

in 




Drop in for 1 meml Wo«« 
night. 

TARIFF BiAMNAiLI 

Main «rf Worthingtcm Streets 



AND A LAROI LINE OF 

HARD CANDI 

NUTS 

At the Fountain are Hot Drinks, Ooiief e 
loei and a lot of other things 
to eat and 



OPPOSITE THE TOWN HA 



|,u»t Salurday afternoon, a r.nuiiiittee 
ol V.M. «'. A. members inehidiiiir Mr. 
Fielder, Maples. McIUmi and <'.«.k went 
..vt-r to Mount llolyoke Colleue to attend 



ALUMNI NEWS 

•Jl. Miller Jordan was around lor 

the W. P. I.gawe iMl Saturday itui- 
dentallv takinii in ihe informal at t lie 



a conference [or cUacuseion oi the .om- L. llni , time. lit- intends to start for 

lag convention Of 1 1 * ** Student Volun- | ^j ex - lt . )t w ithin a i t - vs dsje *vuere liis 
teer Christian Association. 'L'liis con- j lM1 ^ i|U , ss is i,,,.ated. 

'li. It. HT. W". .letina is the military 



% t-nt ion, which takes place one* every 
lour years, is to lie held in Dee Moim--. 

Iowa, from December si t.» January 
fourth. It U expected that abont eighl 

thousand men and women from all the 

inHtttuiions of higher Isarulng la the 
country will he present. The delege 

ti.ms will he composed ot the .Secretary 
of the college V. M. C. A. or V. W. ('. A., 
a member of the faculty: and two stu- 
dent delegates plus one additional dele- 
Kate lor every one hundred student", en- 
rolled over two hundred. 



attache at the American Legation at 
Athena, < ireece. 

iti. Mr. and lira. V. W, Goodwin, - s 
Eleventh Ave.. Haverhill. announce the 
l.irth on June 28 ol a son : Clinton K. Jr. 
Clinton Sr. is gupervtaor of Agriculture 
f..r the public school department iu 
Haverhill. 

Attention '16'. 
The Secretary !■ on the j«»u again, 
atter turning over the army to the gov- 
ernment, and requtsata thai PJltl men 
Uoitml oil and let him know where I hey 



Alumni who are „„» at Whode Island ^ ^^ ^ do , Bg A(1(hl ... : 



lie 



Mate college and who will form the |t 
nucleus for the banquet on World Aggil 

night are Hi. li. 1. U art well 'SB, U C 

I >;iuii>fi 'X-2, \„ V. Kinney "s^ and F. W.I 
Mather li». 



! 1/ Simmon*, 



84 l!o\ 1st. hi M. Pills 



Is. ' ilu" Pratt, ne» Miperinleiideni 

Jul parka and playgrounds la salem. 

■llCn I the week -iMld On the i-ainplls. 



DIDN'T YOU SEE IT ? 

[f you happen t<> have mislaid ihe sul>-vtiptioii blank, of f.tiUcl 
to get one. use this form below. 

9 The COLLEGIA* wants to lie Up the student body and ahim.it. 
Two dollars does the trick. 






Street. 



State 



l 3 ajce f » {Shoe Store 

(Between the Bank*) 

SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 



Carptivter & Morchousr, 
PRINTERS, 

No i t Cw* PhMt, Amherat, Maaa. 



HARDWARE— 

Fireplace Goods, Goat and Trouser Hangers 

Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

tnything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

Alwayi glad to Me you. 





WQ 



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^PI'IBAOE 




MARK 



AW D C l'tpf is the bluest value that the World's 
Largest Pipe Manufacturers can put into a pipe. The 
W 1) C is a yood, satisfying smoke, and bound to break in 
sweet and mellow every time. Highest quality of bit, band 
and bowl; craftsmanship of the highest order — that's what 
we mean by bigzttt v<tlue. Ask any gw>d dealer. 

WM. DEMUTH 6i CO.. NEW YORK 



WORLD'S LARGEST MAKERS OF FINE PIPES 




WRIGLEYS 



5 



c a package 

before the war 



5 



c a package 

during the war 



5 



c a package 

NOW 



THE FLAUOR LA: 
SO DOES THE PRICE! 




PE MUTUAL PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 




1ST 




10 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 22, 1919. 



FUND GROWS DAILY 

Percentages Show Real Spirit Behind Class Contributions. Faculty 
Help to Swell Total. '05 Shows Big Increase. 



Chum 
1919 
1900 
1885 

1 H»S 

1911 

1892 

mt 

am 

1X77 

11M»7 

1**7 
1.S71 
li»ltl 
1910 
1878 

1KH2 
L891 

\m 

1 MM 

1K'.«) 
l'.Hia 

1918 

MHHl 



(junta 
7280 

aoiti 

1700 
1040 

10,088 

2080 
124H 
1040 
Rftlfl 
883 
9087 
H>«I4 
*l4.".<i 
lii.r.tu 
4K1H 
1560 
8988 
1»U(4 

1948 

1144 
21H4 
14.V1 
21H4 
ln.40O 
1872 



Eta %1 
3203 

282(1 

1705 

435 
4(MM> 
1220 

42;. 

895 

rm 

800 

7(H) 

>U4K 

9990 

1 175 

2425 

1(14(1 

4.-.U 

77.". 

550 

11(M> 

850 

670 

27.*.:. 

800 



I'er Ct. of 

Class 
CoKlrib'B* 



98% 

70 

67 

BQ 

47 

4.'. 

42 

4(» 

89 

88 

98 

■M 

W 

M 

98 

33 

91 

81 

90 

:u> 

99 

99 

99 

99 

88 



Glass 
1911 

lK'.H) 

L008 
1908 

11112 

lHHIi 

1WM 

1914 

1888 

1KM1 

1804 

1011 

1000 

1871* 

1998 

1870 

1898 

1008 

1806 
1!H»1 

1*72 
1874 
1880 
1884 



PerCt.ei 

Class 
Cnntrib'g* 




Nationally 
Known in 
Know Time 

Bevo has become the best 
friend of food and fellow- 
ship. 

Drink it for its purity 
and deliciously appetizing 
flavor. 

At the soda fountain or 
with your meals. 

Bevo must be served cold. 

ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS 



Total undergraduate contributions to October 80th, *5Sfl,»05. 
Total faculty contribution! t» Oeiofcei 181b, SM14. 

Total ..« all contribution* to U-mWr 99th, 980,810. 

.B..-1 .... the proportion -f awa Mthatfiig, to th* total number of artuai grad lusts*. V*- 
cmnj?.™ LaJSoS Hubert* th* clam who did «* gradaat. ta«ta« ~tW*mh, lp m« 
tlwir ClMH and tMtt College, 



FIRST INFORMAL 



;t ..ntinued from 



11 



u they could without missing their 

trolleys. 

The informal wm a ureal success as 
can b« seen by the large attendance, 
and the committee U to be congratu- 
lated. The next Informal will MM 
within h m«. nth. 



At Steven* Institute the men nomi- 
nated by the Junior elans for tiauiirff 
were named Steele and Crooke. But 
then, what's in a name? ^ 



*&- 



It must be 
Ice eold 



a re- 



Ait at M. A- ''..ho Hi Princeton, 
oeptioii lo Freshmen by the president li 
an annual event. At "old Maa.nu" I hi 
event lake* place at 4d» f. u. Inaltod 
of Wsj i*. u. a* it is here, 



Gallup at Holyoke 

Wt*ft HIGH ST., 



SATURDAY'S SCORES 

U. of V. v*. M- A, 0. Oct, 86. 
». H. Stat* ea. M, A. C Nov. 1. 

New llampiililre 10, Vermont 0. 
R. I. BUIa vs. M. A. C, Nov. 8. 

Kbode Island «, lloaton i*nlv. 14. 
Springfield *a. at. A, C. Not. 15. 

.Springfield 0, Uoly Gr©*« I, 

TufU *» M. A. O, * ow, SB. 

Tufts B, Norwich T, 



... \ t«,nar» *re 
7„ r dUlMnvlted «• 



Schaffner 
Clothes 




AMHERST BOOK STORE 

■Note Books Fountain Pea* 



C. F. 



Dr. L. (X Whitman 

• Amit> St., Amherst, Man*. 

O^ce Hours; 1-S, ?-» n. m. Sunday and 

other host* b> appointment. 



Come down to Holyoke and see our 
big store. 



AH et oor dairy products are made 
from pasteu rixed milk and cream. 




HENRY ADAMS & GO. 



ST UK 



Your Show Repaired 

WHILE YOU WAIT 



Cottag>,Neufchatel,01ive, 
Pimento and Club Cheese 
Ice Cream. 

Send for our price Hit. 

Dairy Department 

M«*«huiett* Agricultural College 
Aitihenu, Maw. 



Drugs 



-The- 

IN1AL 



Candy 



Amherst, 



m WWl m ERTER THE CAMNS 

The atBdent gatheriot place (or 

the real home cooking and 

college Ufa. 

Board Weekly and Transient 





SIM 



11919 



MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, October 29, 1919. 



No. 5 



SIX FROSH TAKE BAPTISM 
FOR NEGLIGENCE OF DUTY 

Large Crowd Sees Execution of Sen- 
tences by the Senate. 

With a delegation of nix men from 
the entering class Inspecting the M. A. 
C. water supply, the first pond party of 
the seaaou was declared a success by all 
who witnessed it. 

The event took place Friday after- 
noon, Oct. 24, at 12-46. A large crowd 
of spectators lined the sides of the pOttd 
to laugh and shiver. 

The six delegates were marched from 
the Social Union rooms, accompanied 
by a large portion of the Sophomore 
class, and "Aggie's own" two piece 
band. The parade ended at a large 
wooden platform, six feet above the 
water's edge, greeted on the northern 
end of the pond. A "strong arm" 
•quad of Sophomores gave each dele- 
gate a rousing send-off. Before making 
the descent, each Freshman was obliged 
to cry aloud the reasons causing him to 
be present. The high coat of Frosfa 
the Mw raxk. iij 



WORLD AGGIE DAY HUGE SUCCESS 

WITH FOUR ATHLETIC VICTORIES 

FUND UP TO $126,000 

Meetings All Over World Bring M. A. C. Men Together with Alma Mater 

on Their Lips. 



M. A. C. SURPRISES VER- 
MONT TO TUNE OF 25-0 



general fresh d**s, were the principal 



Cohen, bearles. I .a Tour, McCready, 
J, Wilson, and Dowdeu represented the 
Freshmen. Special mention should be 
made of Cohens dive, which easily ex- 
celled all others. 

Those members of the Freshman class 
who fled it boresome to salute Seniors, 
and to keep off the grasa, have been ad- 
vised that pond water does not grow 
warmer as the season advances, and 
that the time-honored proverb bare at 
Aggie la nut "Spare the pond and spoil 
the Freeh." 



Whirlwind Backfield Scatters Vialt- 
ors' Eftorts to Futility. 



ALUMNI AGGIE NIGHTS 

GIVE FUND BIG BOOST 



POM. CLUB BOOMING WITH 
WELL ATTENDED MEETINGS 



Progressive Agricultural Club 
To Oivo Fruit 



The Pomology Clnb held a record 
breaking meeting In Wilder Hall last 
Tuesday evening. About seventy-five 
■en attended, the largest number pres- 
ent at a meeting of any of the agricul- 
tural clubs since the pro-war period. 
The meeting was called to order sharpe- 
st »even -thirty and "pep" was the 
watchword throughout the evening. 

The first part of the evening waa oc- 
cupied by a general discussion of the 
plans and work of the club. It waa dc- 
elded to secure. If possible, several of 
the Mil prominent frail ne« of the 
Mate as speakers at the meeting*. 

Mudent papers and student debates 
were talked over and approved of. 

The various fruit magazine* are to be 
reported upon and certain article* In 
them taken mp atavery meeting. 

One of the important actions taken 
waa the vote of the club to stand hack 
rnuiuiiiiii iiiii~i 



The Maroon and White sloven, play- 
ing against a team that outweighed 
•hem la pound* to a man In the line, 
turned in its second consecutive victory, 
and its third of the season, against 1'ui- 
versity of Vermont Saturday afternoon, 
by the decisive score of 264). The boys 
from the Ureen Mountain state came 
here eonfideut of success, with a good 
record against superior team*, includ 
ing Syracuse, but their line crum- 
bled under the hammering of the 
Aggie backs,aa4thelrbacktieldwason!y 
twice able lo make first down; this 
after Coach Gore had sent in practically 
a*ub*tiiute eleven. The ball waa in 
Vermont's p os s ess ion only 10 minutes 
during the 4*% and the nearest that 
they came to the M, A. C. goal Hat was 
35 yards, 

As against W. P. I. a week ago, Aggie 
ruebed the ball over for a touchdown 
five minutes after the whistle, plowing 
through the visitor's line for 70 yards 
in 11 plays, firayaoa »» Brook's kick- 
off hack to the SO r«d liae. With 
Aggie -ushing. three plays did nut gain 
the twqnired distance, and Uwan- 
dowskl punted. Confronted hy a stone- 
wall defense, Brock punted for Ver- 
mont, and If was U, A. C.'s ball on 
her own W yard line. Pond gained 
§0 yards, and then Vermont was 
forced to fall •tamdily back lo their two- 
yard line. Poole went through baft 
guard for the score. So goal wa» 
kicked; M. A. Co. I '• «' V.0. 

Following a penalty Urwandowski 
punted to Vermont's 40-yard line. 
Then, on the riml play. Pond broke 
through to recover a backfield fumble, 
A forward pans to Orayaon, netted 
10 yard*, and the quarter ended with 
the ball on l*. of V.'s SQ-yard mark. 
A Vermont fumble In the first few 
minutes of the second pe'md. which 
Olavin recovered and ran back to the 
four-yard i'ne, resulted in the second 
ticore shortly after. Three piays failed 
to advance the ball, and then Grayson, 
standing on !be visitor's goal line, took 
a forward pass for a touchdown, The 
try for goal waa unsuccessful. 
1 rnntlnned «a nageSt 



Discuss Everything from Policies to 

Politics, with Memorial aa 

Landing Topic. 



"And everybody had a good time." 
This la the report from every one of 
Aggie's 24 Alumni meetings held last 
Saturday night. 

$138,000 is the estimate of the total 
after the results sent in by telegram are 
added lo the preeenl amount, but there 
still remains more than one-balf of 
these gatherings to be beard from. 

''.Something From Kvery One" I* the 
slogan now, as leu* I ban 44) per.eni gf 
Aggie's alumni have l»een heard from 
and the Building Committee is emphatic 
in its statement that Aggie's Memorial 
should represent aesne contribution 
from every living alumnus. 

The reports of the various meetings 
received to dale are briefly as fol'ows : 

(fEU VoHK. 

"«»ne of the moat enthusiastic alumni 
meetings I ever attended." This was 
a statement of President Bntterfield 
upon his return from the Haw York 
Alumni Club banquet which was held 
at the City Club. A detailed account of 
the meeting has not yet been received 
at alumni headquarters but a telegram 
from Walter!,. Morse 'M, the preddeut 
of the elub telle the story briefly; 

**K«w Tom, Oct, », 1B1B. 

A Hew York man's total pledgee equals 
any Massachusetts man*! pledge. For- 
ty-flve men pledged»l 1,116.00 additional 
lo any previous pledge. Canvas t» 
continue." 

The Massachusetts man's pledge re 
fet red to in this telegram la a pledge of 
#5000.00 recently received at Amherst. 



RUNNING KNOWLEDGE AND 
TRAINING WIN FOR M. A. C. 



Vermont Shows Uneapected Spaed 
But Loses in the Sprinta. 



Running over a bard course, blocked 
by several fences and swampy brook 
beds, the M, A, C, erosn country team 
defeated the U. of V, team by a margin 
of three points. The score waa 

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Boa T Ost . 

The ISohIoii meeting was equally suc- 
cessful with something over 100 men 
present, most of whom had pledg ed pre- 
*i.m*ly. Approximately H0SB.0B was 
added to the former pledge*. Politics 
and national events broiighi up wiBi 
carious and interesting talks from 
alumni and guests who were present. 

II. W. Dana W. I at BftaMottl of the 
Greater Boston Club was toast master, 
lieorge II. Kills of the lmartl of trustees 
■poke on "I*w and Order" and pointed 
out the necessity of rc-eleithig Qot. 
Coolidge. 1^. Krfoni W. Nolo, Utt. 
Adj., 17th Reg., Ma**. Slate Ouanl, said 
of existiug eoiidiiions, "The eoilege 
men of Amkimi hold the key that is 
going to unloek the "Utor against this 
menacing, horrible thing. New Eng- 
land and the whole country rose up to 
preserve the ..right. We miisi all use 
our capacity f<»r personal leadership," 

Colonel ti. Keenau VI <»l BoOtfc Bos- 
ton, was one of the speakers. He and 
I>r. (ioldthwaii were the two New Kng- 
land men who returned from the.A.K.F. 
as full fledged Colonels in the Med- 
ical Corps. I'tofeiisor Hashrourh 
waa faculty representative at this meet- 
ing and told of conditions at the college. 
Capt. K, C Edwards, IJ. M. C from 
Camp Devena was also one of the 
speakers. William Y. Uayden 18 was 
la charge of the arrangements. 

Sihin'.hh i». 
Robert 8, fay *li was in charge of 
what baa been called by many, the beat 
meeting Springfield baa ever had. This 
meet lug was held under the auspices of 
the Ciunectleirt Valley Alumni < lub »f 
which Dr. M.H.WllHams of Sunderland 
was president, f Jfflcers for I be coming 
yrmt were elected and Herbert Myrick 
'ag was elected president, tuber offic- 
er* are Brat vleo- president, !>r Theodore 
Bacon *W; second vice-president, Roger 
Eddy 10; secretary tod treasurer, Wal- 
ter Barlow *0B, 

Coach More and Robert Holme* direct 
from the a6-o victory over Vermont were 
speaker*. Robert Fay 'IS, l»r. Theodore 
Bacon W3, Harlan Worth ley '»> and 
George Goodrich W0 all gave live talk* 
on Aggie lad the M emor ial Building 
Campaign* 

A MM stmt, 
The Amherst meeting in •apecially 
well attended aa Ike alumni back to 



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Northampton, Mass. 

LUNCHES SOD* IC E CREAM 

Closed only from I A. M. to 4 A. M. 



the Vermont game and the faculty, who 
were invited, made a total of ahout 75 
men. Dr, J. li. Lindsey "HH waH toast - 
master ami an informal good time, was 
the order of the evening. 

Professor Sears for the faculty and 
S. R. Parker for the town of Amherst 
gave reports on the results of the cam- 
paign to date. Dr. Charles Wellington, 
the class leader of '73, Dr. Frederick 
Tuckerman '7«, J. T. Hatchings 'HO and 
Harold Brewer '14 were among those 
who Bpoke. Lewell 8. Walker '05 was 
in charge of the siuging. $1300.00 in 
pledges was added to the Building 
Fund. 

Bai.timoiik. 

Telegram — 

"Bai.timokk, Mil, Oct. 25, 1919. 

Eighteen Aggie men at Baltimore 
pledge fullest, heartiest rapport '«> lf« 
A.C. for Memorial Fund." 

8. B. II ask tit '04. 

Bozkman, Mont. 

Telegram — 

"Bozeman Aggies send greetings. 
Have all pledged something. Wish we 
could do more." 

U. A. OOOIJN '95, 
J. U. Pa icki-.k 'OH. 

U. It. 1'AltKKIt '11, 
II. N. .IKNMSON 'OH. 

Si. I'm i., Minn 

Telegram — 

"(Meetings from Minnesota. Count 
on us for our quota." 

II. K. Havks (W. 



VERMONT GAME 

U'ontinued from page ll 




TOWN HALL 



College Stationery 

With Seal and Numeral*, 

Desk Calendar Pads 

With balance of 1919 and all of 19%. 
▲II kinds of 

Fontaii htt, Bimra m* U ose-lut Books 

A. J. HiaSTINaS 

a*fl Stationer 



Pi;o\ ||IK.N< K, B. I. 

A new alumni assoriaiimi was formed 
at Providence. Willie 8. Fisher '9H was 
eleeted president-secretary . An exc.n- 
tive committee was eleeted composed of 
the following men: William C. Dicker- 
man '01. K. M. Poole '(», K. A. While 
19. It was voted M meet annually in 
October. The lirst a.ti\c joli the club 
has tackled is to convey all members of 
tbe organization to the M. A. C — Rhode 
Island game on Nov. H in automobile*. 

IIav an \. (Hi*. 

Cablegram— 

"Present: l.ewis '9. r ., Dickinson o7. 
Leonard 'it. Have live pledges aitMHi." 

I.M.N \I5U '10. 



MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

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Cl.KVRI.AHU Ohio. 
Telegram— 

"Cleveland Alumni Association has 
subscribed one hundred per cent, mem 
berablpand is solidly behind committee. 
Quota assigned I* over snbwcrlbod Ufty 
percent. Feeling here is that all class 
secretaries should receive mere power 
and really get behind ibis land, Oteve- 
land Association will do its beet to inb- 
■eribe any ^nou assigned to it if fund 1» 
still under subscribed after ninety per 
cent. of alumni and all of student* have 
registered a pledge. This fund will be 
a bait saeoess if every one shews real 
college spirit but without tbe real spirit 
It can never be a real *obo«iss throng h 
over-subscribed . * * 

A. fD. Tatmw 'Oi. 



From their own 30-yard mark, the 
M. A. C. backiield battered their way to 
the Vermont four-yard line, only to lose 
the ball on downs. An exchange of 
kicks gave U. of V. the ball 30 yards 
from their own goal line, but King re- 
covered for M. A. C. on a fumble just as 
the whistle blew, ending the half. 

Ctavin ran back U. of V.'b kickoff to 
midiield, and from here the Maroon and 
White backs pushed it 20 yards in tive 
rusheB. A penalty forced Lewandowski 
to punt, and for Vermont. Brock fol- 
lowed suit after an attempted line 
plunge was smothered for no gain. 
The Aggie baekfield here began an- 
other attack on the green jerseyed line, 
and ripped through almost at will, ad- 
vancing to the five-yard mark in 12 
plays. From here Grayson took an- 
other forward over for the third touch- 
down. No goal was kicked. Score, M. 
A. C 18, l'. of V. 0. 

After two attempts to gain through 
our line, Vermont tried a forward pass, 
which went incomplete, and M. A. C. 
look the ball on downs. Two penalties 
and an exchange of kicks brought the 
ball to Vermont's 15-yard line as the 
qaartSV ended. 

It was M. A.C.'s ballon Vermont's 
16-yafd line to open the last period. A 
forward pass gataed live yards, a line 
plunge two more, and then Lewan- 
dowski plowed through for eight yards 
ami a touchdown. O ray son sustained 
an injury to his knee on this play which 
will keep him out el the game for at 
leasi ten days. Pond kicked the goal, 
bffBfflBg the score to '!•>. 

Following Brock's kickoff the ball 
was brought hack Into Vermont ferri- 
tin, where it remained until the end 
Of the name. Whittle atlcmpled a 
dtopkiek in the last few niituiles that 
came very near adding three more 
pOtBta to IbS score. Following this, 
Vermont's kickoff was run back 10 
yards and the name ended wlih the ball 
in mldlield 

For M A. < t; ray son turned In a 
brilliant offensive game at end, and 
Mackintosh put up a stellar drfensive 
game at left guard. 
Thomasi excelled for Vermont. 
The lineup: 



Thursday 

Mat. at 3 
Kve. ht I 



Friday 

Mat. at 3 
Eve. at 8 



Saturday 



Mat atH 

K\c 1 8h(.ws 

6-45, 8-30 



Monday 

Mat. at S 
Eva. at 8 



Elsie Ferguson and Eugene 
O'Brien in 

-Under the Greenwood Tree" 

from Henry Esmond's play 
in which Maxlne Elliott star- 
red. What would make a girl 
glad that she'd left wealth, 
social position and suitors hy 
the score to wander forth as a 
lone gypsy? Bight you are! 
Hut you never saw such a sur- 
prising, exciting story 01 h.ve 
before. 

Topics of the Day 
Path* News Mutt and J eff 

Hoary B. Walthall and 
Mary Charleion In 

"The Long Lane's Turning" 

From Halite E Hive's Novel. 
The Walthall ot old-virile, 
talented and gripping— suit- 
ported hy members of The 
Birth of a Nation" cast in a 
sensational story of politics 
and love. 

Vod-a-vil Movies 
Pictogra pa Com ody 

Dorothy GUh and Richard 
Bart helmet* in 

"Boots" 

Old shoes are a strange place 
In which to look for romance, 
treason and intrigue, but 
Dorothy <ii»h found them 
there. The same funny little 
girl who played in "Battling 
.lane "and "The Hope < best." 

3d ep."Tho Carter Co**" 
Path* Wows U*yd Cosaody 

•The Brand" 

7 part*— featuring Kay I.au- 
rell. famous Ziegfeld Kol 
lies'" beauty, and Russell 
Simpson, who starred in The 
Harrier." The biggest, most 
unusual of all Hex Beach pro* 
duettos*. There's a thrill a 
minute in this story of great 
iM.wer and appeal. Magnifi- 
cent A hi ska scenes are Bhnwn, 
with raging bll«ards, chasms 
of ice and fro«en rivers 
Path* Review Comedy 

Orchestra in the evening 



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THREE MORE RACES FOR 
CROSSCOUNTRY 

Manager Kendall ha* announced the 
schedule of tbe ere** eeuniry team for 
tbe remainder of the season. There 
will tie three more meets, one of which 
is over the home course. Ai a climax 
l« the season tbe la»4 race will be at 
the big Intercollegiate meet al Boston. 

The schedule is a* follows: 
Nov. 1— Williams at Amherst, 
NoT s — New tta«i>sbtre at Darhara. 
Nov. 15— intercollegiate meet, Boston. 



Store- M. A. C. If, U. of T. 0. 
Touchdowns— fJraraon 3. foore, Lewan- 
dowski. Ooal from touch down— Pond, 
.substiintiona— M, A. C; 13ewHg for 
Hlavin, Lent for Whittle, Whittle for 
Pond, Caaclo for Grayson, Daggett for 
Goodwin, DeJabunt for Gray, Cotton for 
Holme-., and Jakenan for Poole; V. of 
V,: GarTity for Curran, sod Barri* for 
Hagferty. 1'mpire — BwsJtold of 
Brown. Beferee— Mctirath of B. A. A, 

Head linesman - Kenne.H of \mh.-l*| 

Time — la minute pertoda. 



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'li.— Major Georgp F. Nlokenon, Inf. 
U.S. A. Is stationed at the Mendocino 
Hospital, Talwadge, Califorota. Major 
Xickcnon is suffering from a mental 
■hock that occored while be was over- 



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SNAP AND FIGHT TO BE THE 
WATCH WORD AT DURHAM 

Previous Scores Point to M. A. C. 
as Probable Victor in Interstate 

Game. 

M. A. C. should experience little diffi- 
cult; in defeating New Hampshire .Slate 
Saturday. If comparative scores point 
towards anything, the game is OB ice. 
But paper work never yet won a game. 
The scores : 

N, B. State 10, Vermont 

M. A. C. 25, Vermont 

N. II. State 10, Norwich 7 

N. H. State 12, Uiwell Textile 2 

New Hampshire has given an excel- 
lent account of herself up until a week 
ago Saturday, when she only rolled up 
10 points on Vermont, Our score of 25 
is significant. Again, 00 Saturday, she 
:n cumulated but 12 points at tbe ex- 
pense of I^well Textile. This last- 
named institution has the enviable rec- 
ord of an unbroken string of defeats in 
the hands of tbe Lowell lligb School 
lor the past 10 years. 

Nevertheless, as she possesses the 
dangerous qualities of both speed and 
weight, she is an opponent to be reck- 
oned with. Forward paaalagtaaaaof 
lot specialties, having gained her 
many points in that way. Hut Aggies 
ability at breaking them up Is well 
known. However, New Hampshire's 
style of play is so similar to our own 
1 hat she presents a real problem. 

Reports from Durham indicate iliat 
this is to be their largest game of the 
lOatfjB The governor of New Hamp- 
shire will be present, music will be fur- 
nished by a special band, and the even- 
ing will see the culmination of a series 
..( social events Mpeoially planned tor 
the occasion. 

With Captain Pond's outfit tearing 
them up as they did .Saturday, there is 
little real doubt as|to I he outcome. The 
Deans'* board was merciful to t he squad, 
only a few men being rendered ineligi- 
ble. Injuries have not played tin- part 
expected at the close of the nam. B . 
unlay. At present Pond and Grayson 
are both recovering rapidly and it is 
hoped that they will be able to start 
Saturday. 



timed sprint and beat them both, ( 'avi- 
um came hard from behind and won 
from the second Vermont man. In so 
doing he gained third place lor M. A. 
C, Slate was well ahead of his man 
fifth place. After a long sprint over 
the loose cinders, Gray passed his man 
a few yards from the tluish. West was 
t tit; fifth man to place for the Aggie 
team. His position in the race was 
tenth. 

The course gave the teams a good 
test, calling for knowledge of hill 
climbing, jumping fences and for gen- 
eral running technique. The victory 
showed that the team with the must 
endurance and the most left for the final 
sprint was the stronger. 

Tbe treatment of the team by the 
Vermont men is worthy of mention. 
The team was lodged in fraternity 
houses, boarded al Commons Dining 
Hall, ami was piloted around tbe cam- 
pus and the city wherever tbe visitors 
wished to go. Despite t tie victory over 
their team, the U. of V. men wete ex- 
ceedingly pleasant to the M. A. » . men. 



SUBSCRIPTION BLANK 

My interest has waxed warm for old "Aggie" again. Here's 
my name for a year's subscription to the Colleoian. Sometime 
"when my ship comes in" 1 will send you $2,00, 



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The race was a typical Aggie victory, 
a race won at tbe tape. Tbe pistol was 
tired at three o'clock. Immediately, 
tiranger, Vermont's fastest man shot 
to the front at a bard psee, He was 
closely followed by hi* team. The 
Maasaebnsetts men advisedly held back 
in tbe early spurt. At the first bill, 
however, M. A. C. showed the results of 
training. Lyons passed bis man on tbe 
way up tbe hill. For a mile the teams 
were fairly well bunched togttber, but 
at the two mile mark, they bud begun 
to »i riim out. Unfortunately, for Ver- 
mont, Granger collapsed in a swoon as 
ht was about to jump a five font fence. 
At the three talis mark, two of the 
Green Mountain men were in tbe lead, 
titty yards ahead of the first M, A.C. 
man. The Held of matters wassirunjf 
out over a quarter of a mile of meadow , 
bill sad road. Not until the runners 
got within a mils of the finish, did the 
real running ability show Itself, every 
man lengthened his stride 
bis pace, and swung toward tbe llluish 
at s faster clip. The race on the last 
quarter mile, which was run on the 
• miliar cinder track, was well worth see- 
ing. Two Vermont men led Lyons l»y 4(J 
yards— Lyons wade a pretty, well- 



Fairly Well Matched Teams Show 
Excellent Ability. 

Last Saturday the Freshman football 
team won its second BJSflM Oi the BBSSQa 
when they defeated Ilraiilebor.. High 
at Island Park by a score ol JO to 1 I 
The taSM was one >>| the l.est «antes 
seen in a good while. I'p to this uame, 

the high Sfel I bids had won all ol 

iheir uames by larue score* ol 50 or 
mot.- to nothini:. 

In the lit*! halt the Freshmen scored 
once on a touchdown by Tarplain, while 
the Vermont boys aNo -.cored once. 
I he first half ended with th. 
tie, 7-7. 

At the beginning of the thlnl quarter 
the Freshmen started a rally lhat ear- 
rled Safgeaa! over the line for a seer* 
alter a 44-yard run. Ttas goal was not 
kicked. S»miii after Tarplain went oval 
for a third score, Before the quarter 
etidcd Hraillcboro had ploughed 
th rough the Freshman line for s touch- 
down; Captain Moran carrying the ball. 
In the last pi-nod tbe high seh.Mil 
men showed an unexpected strength 
and held the Freshmen on downs only- 
one foot from the goal line. On tbe 
tirst play Austin of Rraltlehoro valued 
») yard* »n a forward pass, but It 
counted naught as Sargesnt intercepted 
tbe next pa»- and ran SO yards tor the 
last Freabttian score. The lines pi 
m \. ft VMBMHT, «* H. s, 

Wirth.le re, Austin 

Latour, H rt, MeUarigic, Wells 

Wilson, Ig rg, Hichardw.n 

Hardy, « • Slsaa 

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Keferee— Chase, Umpire— Mann. Lines- 
man Thompson. Timekeeper --Sher- 
man. Time 10 and 12 minute periods. 



'M*— During the summer ILirrocks 
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A, Vital auaatloo. 
\\V reprint 1*h>w an extract from the 
»dHori,l column of the JfMrffctan, 
Omp** which we feel i. worth paeeie« 
on to Aggie students. 

• \n you getting out of college what 
tou came here f«,r? A r» yoo getting 
Uv .u<h.!.M.«.t«.l it? Did you 

(W >i.. P to ifcirt *«« y» u '»» ""*• 

„,»„, will be U»k»d to f»r lea«l*r»b P In 
solving the grest problem, of We. 
Whether vou wiab to of not, you will 
be expected to lead to Jo* that w.y. 
Then ask tuurwlf ihi« Are y.m cap- 
able «l fiilhiliHS »urb a responsibility f 
I*, v„«i ever think of such tbinsa? I* 
yo«, ever follow OUl in y«ur thought 

anv ,mi« speciflp probhjtBto It. piUlees 
l„,Val couclu.loo^ So? Then how 
In the world are you going i» I* * b, e to 
wP e with such problem, when yoa ■» 
|„,»ger have the college wall, for refuge 
»„d can t*o mnger lake yuur instruct^. 
^••#e«* 
views a. your own? 

••lotn.wtof nsihepewetol obaerea- 
ti.. B . the power to eapertenee keeaiy . j* 
n ,„ WP 11 developed. We ne. lu this 
*„rhl oolv th.t for which we are look- 
JllK ,onlv the* for which w. ere d.teJ. 
„t*d lo iee. Ate you aearchlng for the 
b«a thing*? And what i. betttr than 
„»„erv B tionof thing, that are -*•"*»* 
„»,b«welfarf.nf all mankind? What 
toidw, after all, are more often dhv 
rueaed » The problem, of the average 
mM l ' Hi. .J* I** pioulc iii. el »U 

humanity- 

■ TheeaMMllt.' need* thinking men, 
trader* in the battle for right { the war 
i* not over, but to* l*«»n. W. haw 
■eeii thai the illmimfcuMi by a aataH 
^.up of lb„ great l«*plcs „f the day 
roll y lead ultimately io the betterment 
of condition. In a circle far larger than 
that »f the individual, who .tart.* the 
itwMtt.it, Then why don't w. aveil 
„«,r-e'v» of unr splendid opport unity 
„» prepert onnelTe. to be a pwrfltTe 
help rather th.n a negative d!«oura»,e- 
menl !b our eoemiunlty. In our .late, 
hn]tm k« nur nation? Tb«*e ii 

^rWgte i«« «»»■"* • «»«» '" tn ^ rMHlt " f 
ssfrcem^nt to prtw-iplea, "d prto^iple. 
are brought o«t '».* dmcuseloB of the 

* , » u,n« »f everyd»v life. Let «e *▼»*! 
prottieiun «»• r't^tjt — ^ 



Wkunkboay Oit. 20. 
4-10 P. m.- Assembly speaker unan- 
nounced. 
6-40 P H.-Y. M. C, A. meeting. 
7 SOp m.— Animal Husbandry Club 
meeting, Prof. J. 0. MeNutl 
TttVH*I>AT, <hT. 30. 
7-80 p. «. -Mandolin club rehearsal, 
Social Union. 
FiunAY.OeT. 81. 

1^0 A. M.— Chapel. 

12-m- Foot ball team leaves for New 
Hampshire. 
Satuiipvy. Nov. 1. 
8-00 p. M.-Croa. country M. A. V. ffc 

Williams iu Amherst. 
3-00 p. n.-KiMrtball, M.A.C. vs. New 
Hampshire Slate at Durham 
V II 
MOP. M. Fm»tball M. A. C. 1023 vs. 
Arms Academy on Alumni 
Field. 
Sua hay, Nov. f. 

940 A. ii.-Ch»pel..peaker, Prof. Al- 
bert Parker Fitch, of Am- 
tiersi College- 
Mosn.vv. Nov I. 

■T-S0 A. M.-Cbapel. 

Tt'KWDAT Nov 4. 

74W p. M.-Oiee club rehtaraal, m 

Chapel, 
14m e. m.— Pomology Club mcettog. 



delayed passes very successfully until 
the two year men saw through their 
play. Then they tried several forwards 
which also worked for a time, but th.s 
play too was soon broken up. 

The game was witnessed by between 
two to three thousand people laolttilag 
about 25 routers who followed the team 
from here. The summary: 

Loomer re, Olrard le,Trafton rt,Hnell- 
Jol It, Burke rg, Burnette lg , Kaymond 
o Pickard qt, Follanshy rbb, Wiggm 
Ihb Salo ID. M. A. C. BubBt.tuUons, 
Wood b,r Burke, Hosier for **S™**- 
Keferee-Shea. Umpire Powers. n- 
keepers, Novitski and Collins. L nes- 
man, Steele. Time, 15 minute penods. 





l_©t's Go ! 

Let's get started on this Fall 
suit of yours. You're going 
to get one— you might just 
as well be a tailor-made man 
this time. Joe has the fab- 
rics of your choice, the style, 
the scissors, the thread. 
Twould seem the line of 
action was simple. Consult 

CAMPION 

and measure up to day. 



Judge of the tree by its fruit ! 
Judge of our clothes by their 
wear. 

Moncyback if you want it. 

The best of everything college men wear. 

Special " Shopping Sarrtet" 
far orden by mail. 

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A HIGHER IDEAL 

There would be M advantage in de- 
votlni thanmt valuahle yearn »f one* 
life togalnkuuwU-dtje and .xperience. 
if greater poanihnitlea and achievement* 
were not forthcoming. 

II ,« then proper to tanH" tb*t be- 
cauae of avto eaeeptloeel •clenllflc train- 
ing the agricultural college man la pro- 
greiwlve, well ad? hwd in the moat mod- 
ern dairy prertleee wwl the methods 
that are llk.ly l» ««ke daJrylag the 

— oat pmntahle. 
Ton know that profliabl. 4»1«7 f' n 

ductb.n rannot ancreed without cleanlb 

new, and yoe ihould dm know that 



Simplicity In cream separator con- 
itruction afolda waate and makea 
poeaihle quick and eaay handling of 

milk. 

The He La*»l Cream Separator i* 
remarkably .Imple. Thouaaed. of 
Ue Laval, are tun and cleaned by 
rhildren every day. 

ThiHxitnplicily meana long life and 
free<lom from repairs, and l« the out- 
,.,..no »f over forty yeara of unquea- 

ti «d leadership In cream aeparator 

n venting, developing and pertectlng. 
Fvery part baa been developed to 
ite highest degree of simplicity cou- 
pled with efficiency, and the De Mval 
baa earned for itself tba seme ef 
being "the worM*. rtaedawd »pa. 
rator." 

More De Level, are In eae than of 
all other make, eombined, 

g*« the meal D« ta«ri ageet.ef. If 
It knMT htm. write t 
pe LevaJ 



Oreeter Weight end Straight Foot- 
v>all Spells Defeat for the 

Rosary Eleven. 

The lire yea* football team defeated 
Boeary High Sehool by the score of 1M 
ai IIolyoB» leaf Saturday. The game 
started off with a wel* down the field 
for ihe two year «■ reeelifng In a 
towhdowe dorla« th» InH ii mlBute* 
of play. The aeeoed perb^ eellher 
team aucceeded fa making eswre, but 
the two year men mmm fhio«gh tar 
another MM -hdown in the third quarter 
Bfter seven minutes of play. 

■Mary High had a few heavy mm 
and thowed a lot of flgbt.but the Aguie 
line-up far outweighed tb^cm. Nine 
ittb»tittttloB» for RoMty show how herd 
their line was hit. Ho «en, however, 
were seriously bort. Straight f* M »tb a !l 
was used by both teams for most of 
• the game, although Roeary BeedBeTeral 




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dairy products, beeauae U ta ■** f«* 
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CAN YOU SAY "I HELPED"? 

Is there a part of this Building 
that is yours? 

M. A. C. is being watched. 
Many people are wondering what 
you will do— how you will respond. 
Show them ! 
Get your pledge in the mail today. 



MAIL TO-THK TR KAM'H Bit -M AH3A< H V* FTTH AGRICULtFraL roLLKii E- AMHEHHT. MA^. 

1919. 
kTE ALUW« OP 



ftor Vahie R«eived. I fUtdly promiie to |M^ to the ofr^r of 

THE MA^ACHUSETre AORirrLTl'llAL COLLEGE the «m of 

Dollars, in four equal in^tallmenU aa follow.:- on January 1, 1W0, July 1, 19W, July 1. 19M. and July 1. 1»^. 
Payable at the office of the Treasurer of the MassachueettJ Agricultural College, Amhertt, Mm* 
Reeer^'inK the right of «tWf»tii« paym«ta and of T*yi»W *• *&&; or any portion rf tta - 1 - ' 
naiurity. 



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ADDRESS; 







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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 29, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 29, 1919. 




COMMUNICATION 

The following letter waa received re- 
cently from the mother of the late. Ralph 
It. IfoGornttk, of ibe class of 1921 and 
1 member of the Kappa Sigma Frater- 
nity, who was killed in an airplane acci- 
dent at I'ensieola, Fla. last wiuter: 
1)ear Mr . aiu l all the other Dear 

Hoys of '21 : 
1 received yotl* kind little note and as 
I cannot talk with yon personally, 
(bought I bad better write. 1 am send- 
ing you a small donation by P. Q« «>rder 
to l»e used by l In* class as they see Hi. 
1 know yon have many activities, at h- 
letic Of olberwi^e, wliele yoll could use 
a little money. 1 want you to accept it 
as a uilt from myboy. He loved his year 
wilb >ou all so much, and bad spoken 
ol it so many times. In the spring, if 1 
feel Stronger 1 will come up to the col- 
lege H L want to see the places my hoy 
M .",ke of and where he said hespent 
the happiest year ot bis life. I received 
a Utter and a booklet from the college 
;,l,out the Memorial Building they are 
plsnnlllg and think it a beautiful idea, 
and want to UJ »ud and help a little. 

Hoping to see jou in the spring and 
Vlahiilg you all a happy and succe— Jul 
\. ,r. I remain yours sincerely, 

\| \\i\ J. MttJMIMACK. 



preutice teacher uuder the direction of 
the department of Agricultural Educa- 
tion. His work at Reading will enable 
him to get experience in outlining ami 
preparing material for teaching, practi- 
cal experience in the work of teaching, 
and experience in directing students in 
their study periods, as well as directing 
lliem in their home project work. He 
will spend the remainder of t his term 
at Beading, after which he will return 
to M. A. ('. to complete bis college 
course. While this type of work is not 
entirely new in the department, it has 
now been placed on a mole substantial 
footing. It will be caiefnlly supervised 
by the department in cooperation with 

the Massachusetts Male Board of Edu- 
cation. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRI- 
CULTURAL EDUCATION NOTES. 

l-tolessor YV..V Welle, and Assistant 
pi,,i,ss..r 1.. W. Barnes an new to the 
.l.paitment ibis year, though not new 
to Iheir respective lines of work, I'm. 
,,r Welles is to have charge of the 
e,.urMMi in principle* and methods of 
hinu. also the supervision of ap 
prentice teacher*, either undergraduate 
or graduate «t udentB. 1'roressor Welles 
come* lo Wfroin Wisconsin, where be 
was State Supervisor uf agricultural 
teaching under the state and Federal 
Boards for Vocational Education, He 
baa bad successful experience in the 
training of teacher* of agriculture as 
well as of other subjects, 

Assistant Professor Barne* will bare 
charge of the conwe* in county and 
Farm Bureau work. This work is baaed 
on methods of visual instruction. He 
will alio work In wnneetion with the 
Ixtenaton Service Instructors. Before 
eotting to MA. 0, I'rofetftir Barnes 
was connected with the Extension 
Service of lh« University of Colorado 
t».r Jive year* where he was State leader 
of the Junior Extension wort. He was 
also an Assistant Director of AgrtcuU 
tural Education In Trance during the 
|,eriod of demobilisation. 

Mr. C. W. Scott of the Senior claw 
went last week to Beading, as an ap- 



INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES 

UOWB at Rhode Island State College 
tb« Sophomores issue a cballege to the 

I'loiiiui'ii ur vice vena, for lb* annual 
rope pull. We wonder what would 
happen If the challenge was not 
accepted. 

The Sophomores of Hochcster l* ni ver- 
ity have laid down to Ibeil Iresl.meu 
ft tenth commandment which Is * Re- 
member that the sidewalks have been 
laid for thy use; confine l by wanderiun 
footsteps to their surface 

From the Dartmouth of Set, 11, refer 
ing m (he Aggie eleven: •'The baek- 
held is their strongeei point," Doubt- 
le«- they know in Hanover by now that 
this backtield plays behind a real ■sod 
line, and has driving power. 

The first professional football team In 
the Eaat, hailing from to.iharu. and 
bearing the name of New York (Hants, 
has been organised. Charley Brick le> , 
famous in Harvard football circles, 1* 
responsible for naming ibe team. 

At Princeton an absem-e irom phvsb 
cal tralniug count* aa a double cut, 
while absence* from classes count 
dimply as single enu. A Freshman, 
writing to the editor of the Prtne^tn- 
,«h, wanta lo know If SO minute* ol 
swimming is worth as much as two 
hours of Latin or chemistry. 

A I a recent meeting held by represen- 
tative students and member* of the lac- 
ultvof Williams College, a disctmsion 
of the U- C. 1* was held. It was found 
that the average yearly expenditure of 
the men had increased from SHOO to 
SlfUO per year. This was generally 
attributed to the Increase of prices the 
country over. The fact that so many 
Modems were supporting antomuhlle* 
while in college was also mentioned. 
p was suggested that It l» bn au*e Of 
this that Williams has the name of 
being "a rich man's e»dlege,"* The 
possible remedies decided upon were * 
central purchasing agent for all stu- 
dent eating booses and the establish- 
meot of a co-operative store. 




HERE 

Is the place for you to buy your 
clothes while you are in college. 
We have had over thirty years' 
experience in selling goods to 
college men at reasonable prices. 
For every dollar that you spend 
here you get full value, and re- 
member that our goods make 
good or we will. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

tYou know what they are) 

S35.0O and up 

Other good makes from $20 up. 

a 

Largest stock of Convertible 
Collared Shirts in the stale. 

Interwoven Sox— best sock 
made for hall a dollar. 



Leather Coats 
$23 up 



Sheep-lined Coats 
$14 up 



Leatherette Coats 
$23 



F. M. THOMPSON S SON 

Good Clothes for College Men 



COLLEGIAN DIRECTORY 



Associate Alumni, 

Memorial Building, 

M. A. C Athletic Field Aswdarion, 

Nob Athletic Association. 

The CoHege leflale, 

BMeball Aitociaiion, 

Track Aasociation, 

Hockey Association. 

Basketball Association, 



Musical Clubs. 

Nineteen Hundred Twenty Index. 
Nineteen Hundred Twenty -one Index, 
Y. M, C. A., 



C. A. Peters, Secretary 41*** 

A. L. SpauTdinpj, Secretary 17s J 

C. S, Hicks, Treasurer 4»3~M 

r, P. Rand, Manager 136-R 

G B. Crafta, President 8364 

H. L, Rice, Manager §347 

C. D. Kendall, Manager S364 

h. S, Graff, Manager 8364 

G, M. Campbell, Manager S3 14 

C. M. Boardman, President Sf§4 

R. S. Home, Manager §344 

G. M. Campbell, Manager 83 1 4 

C. I). Kendall, Minager 8364 

C. G. Fielder fceretary 4 • & 



E . Frank Coe's Fertilizers 

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Will help you secure "a greater yield (MM 
every flest" 

They have been the business farmer's stan- 
dard for over sixty years and are more progressive 

tfcttfira. 

If you will tell us the crops which you in- 
tend to raise this year we wUl be gad to send 
you our new books on soils and fertilizers. 

Ask U about our agency proposition. 

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THE DRESS CIRCLE 

in Ainliorst miulit >v«'ll be called the "Walsh Circle** for the best 
dressed men are usually found in both. Have you seen the (10H Suits and 

Golf Hose that runic in on Saturday? A word to the wise is sufficient 

Consult Tom. 



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Open every night till n P. M. 



STUDENT FORUM DEVELOPS 

SPIRIT OF COLLEGE 



Class Action Urged to Assert Itself. 

Results in Soph. Smoker Plans. 

The Assembly ln«t Weduewlaj ».-is 1 
aiudent forum, in charge el Adelphia. 

After Crafts had read several MrtisM, 
DewluK, *», PresidiMH of .\.iei[»lila gave 
a brief explanation of It* purposes. Be 
Mated Ibat Adelphls is a Senior hon- 
orary Bociety. <li-igned to pfuiliOt l 

vtitooth-nuiiiiusj activities, and to uivc 
Itodmtl Mil opportunity al foruuit*, lo 
pioxnl iheir vicars mid up nlons of eoU 
lege affaire ami 10 air any grlesv. 
which ihey might have. 

The first question bruaffht up was 
that of credit system for student a< m 
ties. Campbell *», explaliifd ihal the 
system allowed eaHi man a eertain 
number of credits, for tstnt*etinicul»iBi 
activities, which he could line as be 
wiithcd; e g tiMilball might kg liv.- 
m-iilta, Senate membenihip three, etc, 
and the maximum number ten. U> 1 h«- 
naeoftbla method, owe man oowtd ao4 
\m in too many things, and would .n- 
titrdinglv have more time for nl tidies, 
and i-oulil devote his beat effort n to one 
or tWO activities. At present, the run- 
alai u# the tarloas ■«tl»llles are con- 
centrated in Ibe hstids of a few capa- 
ble men. Tie credit system Is deabjnsd 
to spread the responsibilities anotn 
lane number «rf etndeou. Williams ami 
M I, T. both HM IhU system, and lind 
It rery satisfactory. After Camplwll tin- 
inhed, much was said, pro ami ntu, and 
the question* will doubtless be pat to a 
vole la the near future. 

The remainder of the meeting was de. 
rated to dbMaaatng (he traditions and 
ftufoma of M. A . 0. Ootid win was the 
ttr.t «pe»ker. lie stated that tradl(ioni> 
mean much to Agule gradttates, and 
the memories of rope*p«lls and elam 
•craps remain verdant long after hunks 
are forgotten. "< ollfge spirit Is a great 
thing, and athletic enthusiasm is the 
l«e*t means of developing it. \ not her 
•plrii that has always prevailed hire at 
Aggie Is the old dem.H-railr *phii, that 

Hi" and *Howdy"alr that every vl«t- 
»»»r Bot^», One of the q«e«ttons be- 
fort us at is that of ogr pr e stin *•««- 
loms. Are they adequate: are they 
what we want? Some lively old ens. 
i»m« are woefully lacking in spirit new, 
Tien Is no hand this fall to cheer on 
the team. Many of.tbe hast College 
■oogs m» comparatively unknown. The 
nightshirt parade and the rope-pull 
larked lighting spirit, while ibe lian- 
i»ei scrap is dying, awl the rdetmre 

■cfap has already passed Into oblivion.** 

The !a*k of m-Unii In the Inniiin Hall 
Was mentioned. S«ont> maditlie state- 
Weal that it resembled a morgue now, 



and If anyone speaks ab«»ve a whisper, 
beads, are raised frona map plateeln 

atiia>eiueut . 4 'beers anil BOttgR Were :il- 

wuys praciiscd there. Other matt era 

tnlkeii aii •;!! wen the small number ol 

men thai turn out to waled tin- football 

team practise, the facl ibm taiuliy are 
id ii saluted, 1 ' 

The trend ol argument* in the meet* 
in» seemed to Indicate that every mie Is 

In favor oiilo ivmrn ami full support 
of old traditions andruslom* 



WILLIAMS COMES HERE 

SATURDAY. FAST TEAM 

Race of Uuuaual Interest Expected 
with Williamaiown Kunnera 

The .M \ I er«»ss country team will 
meet WilliniiiM here next .Saturday in 
the third meet of the season. Coach 
Seel) is reported fa have a go«»d aggre> 
gnttoa ibis year, font veteran* being na 
the team. The puride runners eneapeted 

in Ibe inviuilion iiilennllei.*i."ite i-ross- 
roiiniry run held In Myraenw last Sat« 
Brday under the direction of thcKyra- 
eu»e IfnlvetmUy 1 1 belt ie "laaoetatlon. 
In this meet, Williams took eighth 
place, Biiih teams as Prt neetoB , Yale, 
ami Harvard liealinu them, while f 'o- 
luiiibia.t olgate. and HartmoNlh tin Is bed 
behind them, Howard Umwu, who 
raptured the New Kttglatid criisa wiun- 
iry Hvenl at lkrtiti.11 ihiee yearn ago, 
mid (he two-mile ebampiotnibip last 
spring leads the Purple hill and dalers, 
while Cndis, C«>n, and Parker are 
veteran stars, 

The Aggie barriers have done well 
thus far, winning twice In as many 
■tart«. |.yons,who took ffrst place both 
against W,!M, and the l*. of V„*bo«M 
eipial HmwB. HIale, who has a I bird 
and n HtHi plate l» bis credit, andtirey, 
»nh a tilth and a sevenlb.are both Wa- 
ning l*it«reach week, tt t aietw a, who 
gave up football f«r the tfnaa eoilBirj 
Is imprtiving by leap* and Imnnda, gain- 
ing 1 bird place last Saturday. While 
these nttn have proved the nualeus of 
the team, several others are making 
them harry to keep their plane on the 
first sqnad, the personnel of the group 
that will meet Williams is uiieenain. 

The William* meet will he harder 
than either of the previous ones bml 
With the daily iuipr..*» mrnt shown I»y 
1 he tram, M A C, frnrk enlbBsiaaia 
ran liH»k forward lo» victory Saturday. 



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"Something from Everybody" the Slogan Now. Above Figure Does 
Not I nclude Al of World Aggie Night Result. . 



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after mat nihil l«*t Wedeeeday, IP« 

elct-tpil f toe ily, M. M. Mmllb , and Qm> 

kell on tin* i*l»w* Hmokrr ponmUtee 
Ii wh* «!-«• dee 'i''i •«' • batleagf ii»a:i to 

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Total anderg raduate t*»nlrUjMilorj« to October SSth, 1*7470, 
Total faculcv eMfftlOUtleM t« «»«-tnber 20lh. S3.I7W. 
Total ot ill c«Blribmion« to tklolHT »«lh, »Htt,tSfi.l», 

*B««''i "fi the |>ri.i"irt|oo ol f««B omlfttaitl^, to lb# total Bumhef of actual Rraduatr*. P#r- 
pniAjt^ "»-«•' •«> nw*n that n«ttiber«i >if lh«- rl» wh«» di»l m<\ KrvluaU hwta actin tfl h#!|)llii 
] tMt Cfcui* and thrir t oll^Et, 



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The Massachusetts Collegi.n^WedDesd.y, Ortoto»»» : 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, October 29, 1919. 



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CAMPUS NOTES 

The short course students have forim-d 
a society, whieb is to he known us the 
UllllllllH A lph. Oanuna. They will 
, lolll a so.-ial da«» 10 Masonic ha 1 ou 
Fridav, Nov. 14. Jerry's .hi/./ baad will 
furnish the music. Everyone .8 cor- 
dially invited. 

Maurice Levine ex-21. Is now a petty 
officer In the Navy Medical Corps. Ue 
in stationed at Newport. II. 1. 
Senate Meeting. 
The Senate held a short raeetin«T"">- 
day Oct. 14. It was voted to allow 
Freshmen to ffO without «reen hands or 
„t her class insiunia on drill days. Jake- 
Ma reported thai the Social Union pro- 
gram fur the year had been completed. 
Another Pledge. 
Thenameof Kd win F.Hi hero of Frank- 
H„, should be added to the list of the 
Freshmen who pledged Alpha Si«ma 

Phi. 

Corrections. 
'Mack'" Smith has been elected pres- 
cient of the Hoister Delete* dramaiie 
society. U<> » f©™»« not* this was 
U iven'as It. N.Mnith.) 

Instead of 80 subscriptions let *** 
S,,uil. as announced in the Co.. ........ vn 

,,f Oct. -2-i. thete ft»lt* now In. 
New System for Freshmen. 
Contrary iO the custom of former 
,,,,„ when Freshmen were include.! 
!„ ,».e Itean's monthly report. ■ M« 
„. t6 rt has Ko..r into ,.|1..H. which .av- 
a „, V1 . ;ir men the sublkltj .h-> omw 

received I ..del theneW niliim report* 
iir , dMl to all Freshmen b> their ad- 
>i.crs. Showing their Mamlii.K to date 
i„ all subjects. This is thought to fee 
an advance over the old system In 
that the new student is given a rh.u.ee 
{lt |lH , i„ hi. lin,e »*»««> it Is wort 

ed. thereby Increasing his «ha« I 

„, tuMlnii all course*. It also serves to 
keep the fre*!....... i" « l.-er tou.h wtih 

the adviser. ai'P'-it"'*' 1 ,,,r 'hem. 
Dr. Fitch to Speak. 
Dr. Albert Parker Kltch o» \„,hersi 
« ..Heue will be the speaks st the it* 
Sunday morning cbanel on Nov. S In 
lk,wker Audl.orh.rn. l»r. Kltch needs 
w» introduction h, Aggie Miidents. Inn- 
ing spoken here lN»fore on several occa- 
sions, always being well received II - 
contact with met. of all walks of life in 
hit experience as a prearher. and hi* 
appreciation of the pa* h,n of the .,,1- 
l^e student i" *•• world of affair. 
today, gained from bis mrrim m a pro- 
hwr, lend a personal lonch lo _»» 
natural appeal of his mntuMm, and we 
auottld count nmw1»-» fortunate In hav 
ing a speaker of his calibre to ope* the 
Sunday Chapel ■»***■•■ f»r ihe yew. 
Junior Class Meeting. 

A wy P*PPy «'•»« »««*« * m 
staged f«t Thnnday in ifeeSocisl In ton 
rooms. AJanlorProm eomm liter w«s 
elected consisting of r.H.Kendall, J. W 
Alter, P. C, Douglass. JJ Mrf arlfey, 
&,M.m^,i.n.Bnow t V, U H»Mtw. 
The following »»n «•« elected to 
«r»«asth* !•»» Smoker eommit.ee: 
,„ P . Fuller. 1*. VV. Brown. H. F. Read,,,. 
H b Oeer, B. «. Uavht. n. A. Law 
and J J. McCarthy were elected to the 
tnter-rlaaa athletic committee awlW.I, 
l-aiiner wa* wad* manager of the croaa 
country team. W'»» lB " ,heW #l ^ 
t}oI « i be class fadw was di- -ussed from 
MTtonaugl-: K. A. M-llr... *.llf«r-.n- 
chief ■ndlM».Kendall,Uualn«s manager. 
„« a brief tmn.ma.y u4 what has been 
lilinP all ,| what is e*,*« «*<• •" •■** m# «* 
her of Ihe claw In **"» imm '' * f"* 
er.1 discussion followed, after which 
the meeting adjourned. 



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And other u<k>i1 thtnKB to eat. 

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Where the Hest 

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Oculists' Prescriptions filled 

Broken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

>:iti-fi> ti'"i otmrmniewl 

No Matter 

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Your Attire 

row appearance la narred »ta*yoW 

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In the Staples and Novelties of Men's Attire 
and deriving its intelligence and its mer- 
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sources in London, Paris and New Y<M*. 



Our representative will exhibit at 
the Nash Block, November 7 and 8 





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The plscc to go for CoHege Shoe* 



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Choice Orocerieannd FrolU In Season 

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College Candy Kitchen 

— Open all the time— 




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aSTvlollii. llsni».Mssdolln «rtmr» 

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Drop in for a meal or ovtf 
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Man and Worthington Sttwtt 

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HOME-MADE CANDIES 



Chocolates, Fudges, Caramels 

AND A LARGE LINK OF 

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ALSO SALTED NUTS 

At tiie Fountain are Hot Drinks, 
Ices and a lot of other things 
to eat and drink, 



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POSITE THE TOWN HALL. 



Y. M. C. A. MEETING 

At the Wednesday Evening Meeting 
of the Y. M. 0, A. Professor Albert 
l'arker Fitch, of Amherst College, spoke 
on the Elements of Success. 

The earthly ministry of .Jesus Christ, 
liv all ordinary standards, was a com- 
plete failure. Jegus in must of his en- 
counters with individuals was a failure. 
They were so lacking in spiritual vision 
and la seuse of values that they could 
not grasp the significance of his life 
and teachings. The woman at the well 
saw'in this great character, who was to 
dominate the world, only the magician 
who could tell her "all things that ever 
fhc had done. "The rich young ruler, 
clamorous to know how he could ob- 
tain eternal life, turned quickly away, 
pitying himself, when he found that 
what he sought could be had only by 
ceasing to set high valuation upon ma- 
terial wealth. He was content to live 
and die in the snug comfort of wealth, 
when he might have become an ever- 
lasting power under Jesus Christ, lie 
tailed, from lack of vision and from 
. uwardice. 

.lotis seemed to fail also, for after a 
ministry of perhapa only fifteen months 
he was condciued by his own people to 
the most ignominious death which the 
times knew. But today he is conquer- 
ing the earth, because what he did in 
those short mouths were perfect. His 
ignominious failures were in reality glo- 
rious successes. 

Quality in achievement, not quantity, 
is what has lasting effect upon the 
VM Id. 

14.— Aa Alumni farewell party was 
held at the apartment of Eldridge and 
KeUer, both uf 14, at "« St Stevens, 
Boston. It Is rumored that Eldridge 
will mob leave the bachelor's eliib. 

'16,— Sergeant William C. Dickinson 
is in the educational branch of the 
army and Is stationed at Fort Bayard, 
New Mexico. 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLUB 

ORGANIZES FOR YEAR 

Officers Were Elected. Next Meeting 
Oct. 29 at 7-00 P. M. in Arena. 

At a meeting held in the Social Union 
rooms last Wednesday evening, the An- 
imal llusliandiv Club was organized for 
the coming year. E. E. liarvey acted 
as temporary chairman and called the 
meeting to order shortly after 7-00 
o'clock. About ol) men were present 
and a lot of enthusiasm shown. 

Mr. Holden of the Animal Husbandry 
Department gave a short talk express- 
ing his ideas of what the club should 
be, and after some further discussion 
the following ollicers were elected: 
President, B. B, llaivey ; vice-president, 
E.U.Taylor; secretary and treasurei, 
J. E. I.iitlelielil. 

The remainder of (he evening' was 
taken up principally by I discussion of 
plans and wmk tor the club. A com- 
mittee consisting of Mr. Holden. Har- 
vey, Taylor, Littlelield, (iratT and 
Thayer was appointed to plan for 
future meetings. 

The next meeting will be held in 
(irinnell Arena. Wednesday Oct. 89 al 
7-UUI-.M. At that time I'rof . J . C. Me- 
Sutt will K'lve a talk on his experiences 
overseas. A record breaking attend- 
ance is looked for and anyone at all in- 
leitsled in animal husbandry should 
make it a point lo be present. 



'(rT.-CMnlon King, secretary of the 
class, in still on the job in the capacity of 
attorney on 31 Elm Street, Spiingfield. 
Ue paid a flying visit to the ( NUBpM 
over the week-end. 



«07._<Tiflord B. Thompson died st 
Halifax, on July tt, after several years 
illness from a tropical disease, con- 
tracted during bis residence In the Fed- 
eral Malay States. 



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(Between the Banks) 

SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 



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PRINTER 



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Come to us for—— 

Fireplace Goods, Coat and Trouser Hangers 

Ever Beady Flash Lights and 

Clothes and Shoe 

Anything in Hardware and Ming Utensils 

Always glad to see you. 

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ANY tobacco — every t$bacca — tastes better in a W D C 
L Pipe. Our own specially seasoned and carefully selected 
French briar makes it so. Add to this the supercrattsman- 
ship of the Demuth workers, and you'll not wonder that we 
claim pre-eminence in the quality of our pipes. Ask any 
good dealer. 

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The M»»chu ? etuCo ! Ugi^^ 



POMOLOGY CLUB 

[t'nntitiued from jisge 1.1 



ALUMNI NEWS 



tintiin'iHililfill^ 



of, ami oooperatt with, the Pomology 
llepaitmeni in holding the annual fruit 
show. <4. li. Woodward wan nominated 
chairman of a committee to push this 
work, lie is lo select two regular stti- 
,1, -..is and two short course men to till 
oal the committee. An excellent show 
is expected. 

Prof. K. C. Sears nave a very interest- 
tag talk on fruit conditions in the 
Northwest, aa he saw thorn, OB a recent 
trip through thai territory. Following 
this lecture came a discussion of tbe 
varieties of apples and methods of or- 
chard management. Mcintosh apples 
were pawed around for refreshments. 

At the next meeting of the Club, No- 
vember 4, Professor Waugh will be the 
speaker. Kveryonc with any inteicsi in 
fruit growing is cordially invited to be 
present. 

•Qff.— J, (Jerry t'urlls is forester and 
landscape Mgfaotf far laf l-'arnegle 
Steel Corporation. Address, box M'i, 
Munhall, Pa. 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 
of best makes 

0YEIN6, ALTERING CLWMIN6, PRESSIW 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and Gents" Furnishings 



EAT MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

All of our dairy products are made 
from pasteurized milk and cream. 

Salt and Sweet Butter. 
Cottaee,Neofchatel.Olive, 
Pimento and Club Cheese 
Ice Cream. 

Send Cor our price list. 

Dairy Department 

Massachusetts Agricultural College 
Arabarat. Mu». 



OaUup at Holyoke 

IIKill 81 



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Hart Schaffner & 
Marx Clothes 




The activity of the class laoWlariea 
is clearly brought out by the amomuot 
Hlnmniuews.hatiHfoundin.hepm. 

ottbaCow-KoiAJf. *«>» WB#C T*^ 

tbere I. always an abundant supply ot 
1Hll es, while from others no, a one. an 
,, t . obtained throughout the collet 
r#M The 1'oixk.Man endeavors as ta. 

i t s possible to nerve as an "»»' "*" 
and in order to continue this pohey sa,- 

islaeu.rily, some outside eo-opeiai...n l« 

neeessary from those who are in touch ; 

with, he Alumni. lVrbap* a. I h iai ,■ > 

nmllie ,.i someone is ImmlrluK about a . 

IIlllt , wi ,h whom you are ID -ouch 

Tlli ,,k L| nverthe Item »W '""' 

lnll ,hiuteres. toy...;, bu.usu.c would 

be ,nmh,yi...eres«in lI to.he.housa.Hls j 
, lf r.,M.K..iAN readers. Send all Hem*. 

,„ ,,,«. Alumni Editor or the a.a.tatai*1 
Secretary of the Ataoctata M«wU, 

Amherst. 

•1,7 -The address of.ha.le> M. Par- 
k erisnu W :.OTcu»|b-S'-ee..Spnn U .»cld. 

tH». -K.I UurWetook in the tame Sat- 
urday, j 

- N -CapUia Tell W. Nicole.. i>.M«... 
w »o. baa ..copied ■ res, slide post.ion, 

,,..1. he assistants... theMue. ... 

.L.tunstructionlMvUi f «he Arm>. 

wa.hi.m.on. I). 0., tot IM aarttwo 

rem , has just completed. 1 P««M 

and writing K t-i - :l1 ,; ';"" ot I 

lh e<hiefof the toiistrnCon |N«ttk» 
to, , he fiscal year ending J....- « , 1! 1». 
,,„. report I* appr..x...,a.el> MP* 
words in U-m.h ami when prm.cd *U 
, na ke a volume ot about** pa.es. I. 
d,al- wi.h the ae.ivitles of .he N\ ar 

D.-.rtisaai eitb naff* A «- "-• •••"- 

Htmcihmof eamps. cantonment*. | 
tog m-oinds. action field*. »«*•«• 

mmm.UIo.m4im ■MOtootMiag 

..ih.ies. and. m .a... all -<«"•""» 

W( „k perlormed l..r .he Um> ""be 

, nl wd state*. <««.ai /one. »««»,. ■ad 

, |M . p h illip.ne elands since, he deelara- 
imnol .»r with Germans 

it \tike Brawa* »»» ■<»•«' ,b * 
mmpm m .he MakMd II- wa. 

,„,,„. Ih ».i pleased to wtn.e** ibe de- 
Btolfa vie.ory of .he va«*.-v a*al 
Vermont. 

•i«.-»ax Clark in with .he U.irraa afj 
Markets, boston 

lrt -Hay Kblredge »• m.w toaalad at 
• i p*4|M > m..u.hMree.,Norlt. Abing- 

'irt.-HaruM «.. Uttlf ia.mdyimjal 
Harvard Medical. 

•|n.-ll. W lli*hop'« present address 
lalKMVniiSirMt, llunltngt..'.. I 

*Js,— Howe baa a p.*! Hun with the 
Cwioir raras Bureau at Walt ham 

jg-tralkdM baa ret-inily returned 
io ci*U Ufa altar a another of '<»we«t* 
lag awolba la tbe floaneial bead- 
qaaruraofibe A.K. K. In farU, 

T*» -Kre.1 .stearna la getting aome 
.topd eaperieoee la tba ««la(rfibe 
State Ntaitir and »• mow atatiuned 
temporally at the t entral tl«««. rram- 
log bam fjeofa*. 

P.— Aadraw K 
hi* fatbar'a tar» 

and will o^rati it talm«lf. »»* b » 
bwn Instructor !■ Agrieultu™ lo lb* 
WaymtJUth High School. 

'H —C. 1- Q««»fcy toaaalaUat fore- 
man of Iba fo* Hffl P»rm in We*twu©d« 
ea.'W.-fcbankeMiergar ta reprewtii- 
» n gbtola4bar*iPver ■*«■ |H rnw *' 
»1S -Bill rolay raoawed old ar,,a»in- 
UB^-wtbawe.k.mJ. U. bold.- 
Borttloa aa wdaamao fur the Mollne 
Tractor Co, 

*11 — Lalfayatta J. Robartaoa, Jr. to 
„w a atodeat at Peaa. State Collaga. 






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ment for wholesome 
thirst— an invigorating 
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5 COLLEGIAN 



MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 



No. 6 



CROSS COUNTRY TEAM LOSES 
FAST RACE TO W1LUAMS 

First Defeat of Seasoo for M. A. C. 
Brown Leads Whole Distance. 

The U. a,. C. ecoaa eouairj team met 

Uh first defeal >>l I t*e neiwoii, last Satur- 
day,at tbe band* >-i \\il! ; nis.l.y I woW 
nf 21-U4. William*' • hIm.wc.I (lie 

value of ■ ft'w Htars, li« . im-ii taking 

the Stat Ibrta plaaaa. Tba i i i « » o wa« 
faat, t*a|.-t. ttrown of WIIMaaM SatabloK 

Aral in 27 miiinteh, W l-'i Meoadi, 

l,y»n», wbo t»M»k (oBftb place. waBlhe 
lir.st Agtfie to tinUti. He uave Cuan, 
the Williains' tliird plaee man a great 
race, but tba tiual sprint was Um mmti, 
and Coan lini*he<l several yards aliead. 
Sixth, aeventb, eighlb, and ninlli plaees 
were ab«» taken l»y M. A. C. m«-n- 

'Ibis meet is bo ureat dlsenliraiie- 
ineiit 10 I be team, a«. WUHamt*' »t length 

wait well kin.wii. Iheii team was < 

p.i^eil miistly of veteran* wbo bave 
beau running fur several years. Tbe 
Sew Hampshire imet tiiM >>aiiiiil,i> 
will IiikI U. A. 0, prepared toff I win. 

Tbtortlerin whieb tb« men earae in 

was: C'apt. Ilritwti, , Wllllataa, Iiimi : 

|l lulls, Wiiliams, laaood ; • '«»ii, WU* 

haiiiH, tbird: l,y..ti». If, A. •'.. »"Uitb: 

Keil.«gii, Williaaaa, Bftb | UolKaa, M. v, 

((',, slltb; Slala, M A. «*.. seventh; 

ipie). If, \ • ,,at|btb; MTaat, H, \. I .. 

ii I it i li ; AilatiiH, William*, truth. 



MEMORIAL BUILDING PLANS 

At a meeting of the Memorial Building Committee in 
Boston on Saturday, Nov. 1, 1919, it was voted: 

That the Campaign be extended until Dec. 15th, with a 
view of having an "Every Man Memorial" and with the purpose 
of increasing the percentage of Alumni who share in its build- 
ing Forty-three per cent, of the Alumni have brought the 
fund to a total of $103,000, which, plus the pledges from the 
student body makes a total of $129,000. The Committee feels 
that it is fair to ask the rest of the Alumni to guarantee the 
remainder. 

It was further voted: 

To let the contract for the Memorial Building on 

Dec. 1. 1919. 



AGGIE LOSES 9-7 

TO NEW HAMPSHIRE 



ALUIWI-READ THIS 

THEN PLAN TO COME 

You Caa Talk Over the Memorial 

Drive Batter os tbe Old Oampoa 

Than ia Any Other Place. 



LIBRARIANS CONVENTION 

Ahum fifty datagataa to tfea eoafer< 

• »f Miumaeliiisrtts and Western 

-huaeila Library elubs visited the 

\M* A, V, library recently. The eoafai 

etice was held at Hpritiutield am! on the 

I final da> i p.uty <>l si n It I sen* atospad 

at Amber*! of) their return from an 

|auto trip up » at ( leajaweUeol Valley. 

Mr. •:. It i.iwu, the lihaarian at N. 

A. C. baa put int«» efTei-i a new idea In 

(library aetvlce, tbr.itmb wbleli farmer* 

[OT leaeber* in rem. ile rut ^1 dintriii^ un> 

lubtaln eiilierti.m* of bnikii on any sub- 

M-.-t i he> de-ire f rum tbe t,kill«tf«library. 

f Applleiiii«m iiiii-t be niiuli' lliMUtlli the 

'»] i I'n if .* null the lunik* will be 

il immtdlaytlj. The Iin-al hbranaa 

belli re»p,in<tble fur the bookj bat 

ill tranapiinaii>iti ebar«e« will be paid 

(by t lie f nllri>r. 



*16. — Sehenfele i* roniHM tt-tl with A. 
[W. Lineoln aad ' " . invent tiii'iii aatiui- 
[ille-. I<! I'iis! Mfliee Hi)iiare. BOStOO. 



SATURDAY'S SCORES 

What our future football uppon- 
»Bf» did laat Saturday: 
E. I. State vs. M. A. C, Kov. 8. 

Hiily ('riw* m. K. I. Btati a, 
Springfield vi. H. A. C Nov. 17. 

iiarrard 3t), Hpringlield t), 

"ulta vi. M. A. O., »ov. 22. 
We«l Point 84, Tttfla I*. 



A* ;i BttiOff climax in ii *neee*sful 
tbotMl *e.i*.m. thetin.il, and iueldenl- 
ally tlie next l«»uie uamu Will be Mff*ed 

with <»ui aneient. yet aoaoffwa, rfvala 
ir.tiu Tults mi Alumni i'ield BMatffdfr*. 
N*«iv. 2*2. It certainly wmi'd ba M 1"- 
^ptrinjt »l«bt Ut i be *iiJ<leut bodj an 
*ell il* 1" lb* team. Ul Willie** M ■ I •< I 

bills* ,.i xu-mr*ptrii a-.d pap lauintr 

„nee f QP OUWD Iie nV 1 I" >"" " 1 ' 11 ' 1 

men at ...Urge and lO alumni vi b" Wnow 

how tonivaaaab aa aablWiloo. It tfcta 

appeal ititeett.*l e»peeially. 

Ii i. not an appeal nui.le witb-ut a 
I . 1,1.- tiiumliithm either, lor we bavi 
a team M tbe tiel.l that la UtlhUfii- a- 
banl»-an% V, ■• -,.., ... ^.re, a ulanee 
at the eaaaoaHi iaofaawiU make that 
petal elenr. Ii. tb. Oral Kameof the 
,i, the team r..mpr.l away with a 
game frmn fonuerlieul Aggie l« Ife* 
tune ..I IM; i bey held Dartmouth lo a 
il-1 more. Thl* in the limt lime for leu 
year* tt.ai ..ur f.MHl.all nam b*a aOOfad 
ona«.rre» team. Tfcwj *••» aeoinesi 

from W. I*. 1. i"i -«'• i|, " 1 *""* fr,,,n V ** r " 
moot Dnlvatalt] «W1 !-»«« .^Htunla> 
,he> loet tflM '•• N H.Htate. in I be ( 

!„., iw„ m. tune* ..r play, bj tbe MOta 

0,1 N..«. if l bat in not a teeord to be 
,,r...i.l ul. we would like to know. 

The 1.. mi surely need-* and deserves 
fbe «app"rl of even -.ne of MM Hov. 
m. Tuft* ha* a team that will give uw 
a Untile. They have made a eredUahle 
nbowi.ttf tin.- laWli tbeawaaofl', their 
liroatan wb*» »»* "' ,w " n li * e lB J ,1M,,i 

ll»t will be in Him in lime for the game. 
It ha* been Hiiuored Urn! there will 
b| a hun.lre.l per eeut «|Uota preaent 
fr..u> Woreesier. Remember the lime, 
i-tW p. «.: tbe day. Hnturday, No*. 8*2; 
mm \ ^e pl aee. Alumni Field. 

•to,— ("arlion iHanobart baa none lolo 
llie hen bflalaaffa* 



SECOND INFORMAL OF YEAR 
NEXT SATURAT, NOV. 8 

Committee Working Bard la Antir- 

Ipatioa of a Record Braakiag 

Crowd. 

IMa»» have been eoinpleted to nil! the 
*ec..in) Infi.rmal of the > ear on Sat urday 
NOV. B. I'be eoiumillee has been Work 
ing bard for this event in an aw d —W Ol 
to make it as Slieresufill an lata Ii.*' ""i 
am! a reeurd erowd is ex|M«eled, 

Ham ing will eommenee at H 30 P. M. 
sharp and will end tu time for t be Stall I 
and Ml Holyoke flrla to cateh I bell 
. ura at 9-S0 aud 9*00 r. m. raapactlval y. 
Mil.pei will be served at l»ra|n-r hall hi< 

i*ual and Homethiiig real ipeetal on tbe 
imiiii ha* been promised. Tlrkrla are 
now obtainable at Phi Sigma Kappa 

||., u*e fm <*. oo. After 10-WI P. M. 

Tbnrada) evening the prire will be 

.. The ehapemna will l*e aunoiiueed 

:ii the i. me of pureha«ing the t iekelp*. 

It. -member. Ibid i» the laal informal 

before Dee, ill 



STUDENT VAUDEVILLE TO BE 
STAGED DECEMBER 13 

Flan* are trader way fur a ■ladeut 
vaudeville to be held on FJeeewber i:t 
iNiing thin in ■ re?t*al of an old eolleije 
luslom that ban been eatlnel iilnce IBIB. 
Il is open to the entire atadent body 
hut is a *<>r! of inter .liib affair, Kacb 
fr«teruity. tba ComaBoaa Clttb, tbe two- 
year men and the non-fraternity men 
are to put M an aet of their own. It 1p 
to I* run In conjunction with an ln» 
formal, If i« I he brut of a nerien of 
Kliown to he put on by the Rotnter Ihdn- 
tent this year. The other* are the Prom 
show, the t'oiiiniriiremaot abuw, and a 
eidlege ramlevllle. IfaT part! en I aril for 
the student vaudeville, aee the manager 
of the lloister UoUtem. 



T4.— W. A, IbiTla lieaperimenting on 
tbe priMltirtlor. of onions in f'otieord. 
Theae experiment«, m» far, hate proved 
aneeeaafril and may lead lo tbe adoption 
of the crop lo a considerable extent. 



)rop Kick in Last Two Minutes of 
Play Decides Game. 

M A.f. t.iel it* seeolld defeat of llie 
sens-oil in the bands ut Sew llampslme 
at Durham last Satiinl;i>. Although 
otilplaved in the first two periods, \ggie 
slarleil ;i dlive down I he field in I he 
seiond halt whieb the l.lue line was un- 
able lo resist. Mai an .Mbaiige ot 
punts, the ball was advamed lo the 4 

y»nl line ami the loitehdowii madi a 

lieaiitilnl forward pa** to Grayson. A 

dropkbsk b) < lara, Itdlowloa a trial 

play, resulted in a vu -ton lOff I he blue 
in the lasi lew mi. niies id Iba game. 
\. m Hampshire L'ot her luinhilown bj 
a lil.M-ked punt in ibe first .(natter 

Itolh teams were in exeelleiii eon.li 
Hon and nut a uini. was hurl dteptte the 
miiddv field. Tbe game was wiine**.d 
!,v an ui.usualh latue PtOWd ol blM 
lollowers, while a loyal band old. 
,,r fofftf eheered mi lb. M.H.ioli and 
While. 

New Uaatpabtn raaalved aad made 
several long u.iin*. bal wal ■ I "<» 

an unsmeessfnl dlUpkltl M v ' 

wa* held Urn down aaala aivlnii Waa 

llaiupsblrt. the ball. The ««»'««■ l"«*Wt d 
..u Aggies *y aid line M. \ < e,,,, ..1 
ing the ball. Lawa«tb»akl Uoke.l t.. 
Uliillteld. New ll.imt.*!. >e k.eke.l. 

Iba goal Hue aad k«t* rainrwad l*» 

kiek Iron, lb* 2'» v.rl 1 Nt Mief tw. 
firpt downs, M \ * r, emered Ho 
i.ut wa* teiialixed IB yard- fol boblme 
This P-. 1 the ball la play on the 10 >...l 
ime. Laaaadoakl - s • s *..- bt«a 
and a New Hampshire man '" 

hall over the goal IIm aaati Kaa 

Hampshire rt; M S < " TU - 
failed. New Hampshire kieketi ... M 
A.». behind the line giving Aggie tb. 
ball on the M vard mark. r*ir«t .)..»" 
was made when the vhiattl bl,w 1 1 
the end ul ibe first quarter. 

HiKKiwln ree. ve f..l a fowhle but M \ 
U. was betd for downs. PantB were 
exehanged several times during thi- 
qnarter, neither team Mnn able f.. 
make eonsisi ant gam* I'mde tn tbe 
only man who was able to worm hit way 
Ibrougb the blue l»ne foi a few yardn. 
Oadlolsand COoaatafol New llampsbiie 
made aome rtmarkable taekle* lo thU 
period a» well m in the rest of the 
game. New Hampshire tried two lor 
ward passes but Iw.th were intefeep'ed 
Hansel!, King and l^ewandoskl d d 
some line defensive work f»f M k»t 
The firm bait ended with the ball in 

New Hampsiiir - * paaaaaawa oa bet aa 

yardllne, Seure: New Han.psbire rt— 

M. A. I t»- 

The Marnon and WbHe team eane 
baek with a teriftle drive the atiilltd 
half advaneing the hall Ul ratd 

tine. Hew Hampablre caoghi 1 I ■-. 
ward pajw hut M \ 0. Wotarad the 
ball on a tumble, A dropklek fmied 
Kivmg Hew nampabire the bail ofl W 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 



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yard Hue, but a realty P^ced tha toll 
hack 15 yard.. Atfl« ^ eived the k, «* 
and advanced the ball to the 4 yard 
line when t lie quarter ended. 

A beautiful forward to Grayson re- 
sulted in a touchdown for M. A. C. 
Whittle kicked the Koal inakiiiK the 
score 7-0 in favor of A K gie. New Hamp- 
sbire received the kickofT. And in tbe 
lirat play was thrown back for a loss of 
1 6 yards by Holmes. A forward pass 
was interrupted and New Hampshire 
kicked. Axle's ball on 20 yard Hue. 
\ series of end runn and line plunges 
; ieUe d 12 yards. A stirrer resistance 
was encountered and M. A. 0. wa.s 
f ore *d to kick. The blue team lost 5 
sards on an end run and another foi- 
wird failed, runts were exchaimed and 
New Ilaiii|.*d.ire auain attempted a for- 
ward puss. llolniea and Daggett nailed 
lh( . next runner for a 10 yard loss. 

Vt;( ,u. received the kick and I' ■ 

rained 7 yards through center. Lewau- 
doaki made a pretty end run of 10 yards. 
mut failure to gain again, the Bight 
Halfback kiicked to tbeir 25 yard line. 
New hatupsbire made 12 yards on a long 
farward paaa, but the next attempt 
failed. The blue team spread out and 
by a trick pl»y lb" Quarterback shot 
through center of the line for a 20 yard 
run. From Ibis position, a drop kick 
sailed ot»r the bar giving ibegame7-» 
with but two minute* atlll to play. 
The Summary: 

M . ,, ■- «• »TATIi 

uray Wn ,re ' - J-J*" 

King.rt ...tiadlMUs 

uray, IteUbuot, Cotton, rg 

1 g. Uell 

tMKjdwln.Mclntoab.c e. UarfHl 

M.-lniuab. Daggett, I g r g. Urahni 

ll.dnclt r t, Bacb.lder, HawlUne 

Oalrte, M*M«H, Dewing, 1* 

re, Anderson 
PeiHi.O Q b.Btttlar,B*a«don 

I4*.nd«kl,rhb Ihb.McKenncy 

WblttIe,l^nt,Ja*«man,lbb 

r b b, Davb 

Poole, lb f b ' ^ OMr * 

lotwbdowna-OMrW, Anderaon. 

(i„.l fro« to«6hdow»-WhlWto. Goal 
from fi«bi-CoiinM», Rrter^-H. K, 
Baokbart of Dartmouth. tmpire-T. 
J, LarklnofHoly Creas. HtadH*-- 
man— U. W. Ingallanf Brown. 



a uiighly mean trick on the Irish when 
he mad* T. EL an Americair'.— John L. 
Sullivau. He demonstrates (he convert- 
ing (lowers of Anulo-Saxon ideas of life. 
These men come to he carried to heaven 
by their own strength and individual- 
ism. 

He was often said to have a chip on 
bit shoulder. Tins was perhaps so, but 
the chip was for a righteous cause. He 
once remarked at a banquet that the 
White House door swings to the laborer 
as well as to the linancier,but no HSler, 
Iiooaevelt was one man who under- 
stood the international question thor- 
oughly; be surely knew how to play 
the game. An example of this was in 
the Venzuelan dispute with (Germany. 
Progress was the spirit of the man 
and was the one great thiim that he 
stood for. What we want uowisthe 
spirit of Koosevell. We want progress. 
Dr. ,spra«|uc concluded his talk by 
reining a short poem which ended thus; 
h i weut away with still so much 



TOWN HALL 

Wm. S. Mart and Jane Novak 

"The Money Corral" 

Written by Hart himself. 
It's the peppiest Hart him 
Thursday W«*V« shewn lor many <ia>». 

News Weekly. Mtftt and Jeff 
Topics of the Day 

Drew Comedy 



Vivian Martin and Donglat 
MacLean in 



Friday 



.4 



to do". 



Saturday 



MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

RIMS AND CARPETS 

- k. d. um mwn— 

G-O-B 



Mills' 






SPRAGUI REVIEWS DYNAMIC 

POWER OF ROOSEVELT 



«§A¥ FT WITH FLOWERS" 

We bare a nupply of frtah 

Cmtian, Run, WoWs 

A | M Potted PUata 

oiiowir ON THE CAMrrji 

of Floriculture 

Telephow WO 



Typical AjMrtem» !■ ©wW^waP 1 * 
to Youth of Today 

A l Wedoewiay aaaewblv lait week 
« speaker m Df- B. LSwii.of 
the family. » wibjo* wwW tw 
very fitting «t lb. «■« w«. *0« Ow* 
old 'Teddy' BooaeveW. 

Tbt president* afw Unoolo up to 
Kooaevell were ^ ■•« who ,ook ,b * 
citie intere^a of lb* eoontry at heart. 
Th.y were all mn wao bad been 
k bunliw. Pre«.»«WT»« ■A""* 
n Ml era in the United »»!«. Owvrr 
Cleveland although immovable when 
deurmtowl wn «** l^» «* ^P 1# * 
K,«e T eH waa tbe ftrat m** whowaa 
prepared. He bad a vMon that a Frea- 
l d * Bl .honld have. It stood for a civic 
and social progreea, U« w«a tbe ur»i 
roan l«. »ro««« lb. p«phi. He awnke 
lb#w to a c»«*i»*Tbi w»«»otwB«»»- 

ThwdoM fc^l «• f* 1 ^ * 
, y pica! A meriean. He baa eften been 
nicked lo r»pr«ent lb. Anglo^»« 
Iv| „„f man. but «a.f» .bead ol a«t 
Xmeriea^. ■• *»», M* «■ «»w in a 
^rtain »«n« t « jw^w, aggfwlTi. 
dynamic and id»iWie »an. The war 
ha. brought oat his real! rat ions of 
Knieiicu life- "The almigbty playwl 



TEAM SHOULD FIND EASY 
PICKING AT RHODE ISLAND 

Kingaton Men Ha*. lVoat Bv««T 

Game. Having Played Brown, 

Wealeyan, B. V. t Stevena 

and Holy Groaa. 

The last ot M. A. I !.*• "preliminary" 
game c«me» Saturday when our grid- 
iron warrior* journey forth 10 clash 
with the Kbodi- island Mate aggrega- 
tioii at Ktngstun. Her record lhiss«8- 
■M polOtl to an easy win for Aggie 

Ithode Island, ao far, baa not met 
witb any of I he teams on our mchedule. 
Therefore, oomparativa seorw aw un- 
available. However, ao far 
Hhode laland 0, Brown ST 
Khode Island 0, Wesleyan U 
Rhode Island g, Boston Unlveraliy 14 
Rhode laland i, Steveni SI 
Rhode laland S, Holy I ro*a« 
It i* noticeable that her wore* bave 
been made a.alnsi teams of a high cal- 
ibre. However, this hi to be disre- 
garded because none of ibew are ibe 
result of "straight" football, all coming 
from so-called "Hukea." Her oppon- 
ents have ootMtatenlly r«»ained in poa- 
„,„„»« „f ibe ball tbeirejtt« P»«rf 

the time- 

Bhode Island's poor showing teem* 
lo bave resulted frotn a light line and 
lack of ability on the defeaae. She de- 
pends principally open lb. old-tin*. 
Hn. plunge play* to do the gronnd 
tatnlng, £mg&* «« i» •«» N^W** 1 
to take e^of tbla method. Oonplc 
thtawtlb o« •Hda* ability at pulling 
then down «« of tbe air, a whirlwind 
bsckfield, and general open style of 
pl.y; tbe fraull alwtiW be heavily in 
our favor, 

Rhode Island brought forth Saturday 
a dark hone in tbe pew** "' Johnson, 
drop-kicker and pnnler. A not her HI 
nan who will bear watching hfTufawr. 
a speedy end, 

In general, Rbod. Wand has been 
playing a string of hard, gruelling 
game* with colleges larger than her- 
self. She baa been consistently de- 
feated, X««ally, th. nwffale of her 
team cannot help but be low. This 
factor alone will km or win a game. 
oh the oilier hand, oar game ftatnrday 
reunited in practically no injuries, lb. 
team la going belter than ever, and w» 
have a good percent age of wine. *■• 
team*, morale hi high, 

Aggie's prospect* were never brighter. 
Wit bout a doubt, she will come through 
Saturday with another win. 



Monday 



Mirandy Smiles" 

One «f Miss Martin's best 
nietare*. She's a »«rub Utdi 
in an "opery" h'.use In • 
Middle Western town. 

Hctofraah^ Comedy 

Vod-a-vil Moviei 

Lillian Walker in 

"The Love Hunger" 

Adapted from the no v. I, 
,,,,," hs ""hn Bre.ken 

rkbr* i nt- If* ■ '*;>" 

,'„,,, BWhlcti Mis* Walker 

iionul lion wuier in acfWttl 

4th ep"Tha Carter Caae" 
Ne* * Weekly. Lloyd Comedy 

Katharine MacDaasl*. MU- 
ton Sill*. Theodore Itobert* 
tad Jack Molt, iwrfoanded 

by » famous east, m 

»*The Woman Thou 
Gavest Me" 

From Halt Talne's f»n,..ii» 
novel It's » n.ei .11"" ex |-»i 
If u,an . "double »t*«d"d 
„f „„.ralH»»ii.l»r »»<«•<*«»• 
ny of man made eonventlona. 
It * it .uirtle>«.ii-tbttlt Pa. 
— ma We you thinK 



Paths itvlew Ceaiedy 




We bave opened a 

New Shoe Store 

Complitk New Stock 

Expert akpnr Work Dofle 

Shoe Shink Stash 

J. ClNSItrtG, » « — *» tStf — t 

We can* a full Hneof 

Students* Appliances 

EtecttlcfaRS 

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Let u« mm yew. 

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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 

GOES TO NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Hard Race Anticipated With Vic- 
tora Over M. I. T. 

The Aggie SIOBf, OOBBtry team tneeiH 
siillcst Opposition su far this season, 
Saturday, when it journey* to Durban 
to meet the New Hampshire State au- 

gregatioa. 

The pi'isiiiinel of the New Hampshire 
team, hcailed by t hat veteran N i.LjIi t i 11- 

gale, has been cleaning gp all oottets. 

liilliiiyhaui, l.eith, Tlmmpsim ami Kitz 
in also to be reckoned with. 

Ah New Hampshire did not partici- 
pate in Ibe recent intercolIcijlaU's, no 
dope i« to be gained from (his source. 
The defeat of M 1. T. in her hands. Sat- 
urday, is nlgntfieant. 

The cotiise at Durham is six miles as 
. iinpateil with Aggie 1 ! if*. Manager 
Kendall is making an etTort to have Hie 
oourae tbortened. 

The t»atn is eagerly awaititiK the 
■ liatu-p lo uive the formiilahlc Si-« 
Hampshire outlit the race of their lives. 
Our opponent! •*■ hi one Minn om 

man team. Hut with t'aptain Lyons in 
his iiKiial inrm. he will keep Nl«htin- 

.• plugging tot his honors. 

\jin\f spirit has turned inure than 

one RMMlRf defeat into victory. The 

> ,..linlrv leatu IHMWCWM H* lull 

phare of this eharaeteriatir, and will 

inoloiilite.lly upset all of f be dnpoi 
hy e.imlnu tbrongb with g win. 

VI present it is not known a» in j-iM 
Who will make the trip. Seven men of 
.he following nine are lu be selected: 
l.voii*. f'arlcloti. Slate. West. Itolliiis, 
t.ray. (rawb'r.l. Ooff, and RorduA. 



FR0SH WIN AGAIN-ARMS 

ACADEMY BEATEN 34 

Lighter Team Haa Little Speed 
Againat Heavy 1923 Team. 

The Freshmen football team con- 
tinued its winning streak at the ex- 
pense of the lighter Aritm Academy 
eleven on Alumni Field, last Saturday, 
hy | score of H4-0. This makes it Ihree 
in a row for the lieshtneii, who have 
thus far defeated two academies and 
one high school. 

The Arms team started well, holding 
Ihe Freshmen scoreless in the lirst 
quarter, hut they were unable to hold 
out. The Fresbniiin goal was threat- 
ened bin miee, then in Ihe lirsl ipiarter, 
when a series of end runs carried the 
hull close. Hut, as the line held the 
l'Tesbmen seeured the ball, and were 
advancing down the Held when the 
ipiat'tet ended. 

In ihe seeond period, Sargent scored 
: « |e« ufl long runs, and fiaflM kicked 
I be goals. 

During the second half (be mote was 

{■welted to thiri> lout h> t.iav sou's two 
runs for touchdowns, and by a lotich- 
iliiwn by Tauidiii. Two ol the guilt 
were kicked. 

(ouch McCarthy tried several •ub- 
siitulcs in tbe lasi quarter, ami thesr 

{men showed up well. SartreM and 
UrayaoH starred b.r the winners; the 
latf ef secutiiiji 1H. ihe former l'i points. 

This victory give* the yearling* < 

liib-nee lor Ihe last and hardest game of 
the seas., n, next Saturday, with Wil 
li*fon. 



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T^ Ma^rhusetts Colleeiap, Wc^e.de^NovciPber 5, 1919. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

Published eVerj Tuesday evening 
by the Mn-le.it I of th»> Massa- 
chusettS \»rii-ultural College. ^ 

BOARD OF F.DITOBS. 

. l( , n s fc.CsAWfOtUi ffc Managtnu Kdltor 



A8BOCIATK KDITOM, 

0KO»O« ». W.mm.waui. •&. 
ipttl W. Kl.-MAN '21, 
1{,,HKHT I.. f0M« "-'' 

1 VUHI'M I I*. MAHHN « 

Kl tVSKTII A. BAKSARD IB 
||.,| S AUT W. Hl'UISU 'V2 

BKUDISTO K. ,lA<'KS.»3i '28 



BDRXHI Ukfabtmknt. 

iZu. a i -*. *f "^?"ssr 

||11!1IH:| ,.. .. K1Ml ^.,lM-ul»ti..M Maimer 
KM. -.Mi C l , >:t"i" s -' 



SabacrlptloB W.Ofl Ptf y«ar. Single 
coni.'H. 10 rents. MaU- all orders paya- 
5T to T* ItaM^fc*^ Colleglae. 

l„ QftM ••< <'l.anire of address, snb- 

Mriton **« '''-»-• "" tlf y ,l,e bu8lne " 

manager as huoii as p«»»idhle. 

BHwr^MMeond-rta- a.*ueretU.a Amherst 
r.." WBe.. A «•«■,.! wl for -stilus -t«i-e»^ 
.„,,-«., gr,H... H,.« for In sac.fc.nlWJ. Act 
rfL'oU.lJn authored A..««-« ».!«•■ 



The Two Year Men 
\,, % ,»»,.niiotiof ItietvnytM ratSB has 
....Vi-n-d* been suppressed t» the these 

,„,„„,„.,.„■,*,.- nWhiidUUfta 

,., make any «mme..t until the M* 
wen had a chance i,.or«ani*e mid be- 
»HM adjusted to their new environment, 
,nd until the regular students could 
form their opinion, with some* de K ree 
„, .n^retion and fairness. There I. 
■till however. considerable discord be- 
tween the two factious in the student 
Wy whleh we firn.lv helleve ran he 
remedied to a lame extent, 

T l„ regular fmtr year students were 

deprived of many of their m*!** ■* 

m [wi yeai because of the al»»nw 

,,, , professors oversee* in the A. 

I , ( „i v enlir. This fall the students 

, , lfl „.,l to resume their studies only 

U, llud that in one department, at least, 

, b( professor wa« devoting the great - 

„ ,,»n ..) hU time in the two year 

mtn riiU l> manlfHllr w»»» Sr to lh * 

Mttttf stwtvata who have given mp a 

Brent deal thai ihry mlghi obtain nil 

,h- benefit* «l • f*»wf x«r c"in*- ™ hu 

*h„rt mmrrn wen should have a separate 

»mu* of ln-triiet«.r* in order to aTutd 

and becaaM »« will «*»" 1 »«* 

,,, „,yway idhal l»r»»ch of the 

. tn ,l,.M i,„ Iv Brown a* It p.onihwa to d". 

tt.r fnrt I bat lio-.t.ori ««..ir»e men do 

noth.ve,.. ..njoflh.M.trlrl. 

|„n* plaefd «n frei.binen it a mvnrn of 

mnrh araufneni ami dw«-n»l«n amoBfl 

the four f«w B«. Imilgnalion fc« 

teeB B r..wiui in the .tmient body on ] 

tM. , B ,\nt, n* it -eem. Hnfwr for one 

group .d wf« W «*« r lhft eol, ' B * " ni1 
have to MihinU t» certain flaed rule*, 
while another ftt»up miy enter without 
ai(> r^in.noi.kwlHitrvrr, tin the other 
hn „H i i.e I *«« vear men resent any dom- 
,„«,»,». fr«,m op r«roSii»m«i, and with 
w „„e degree of right, hnmmm they are 
„„lv here M t«« ^ year* and feel 
tfcaltfcef MM ««J»y tie aan» free- 
dom during that time which uppewlaw- 

„„,„ mpf, «»"« » r r *f* mmm f" 
eotwhieraldj older than the regular 
rtwd^w a..l for tliatr.««rnal«»e,th« 
TP ,, n \At fr,-i.i.H.. rule* would not he 
.„T„.,l.o then, in all rwperln. A mod- 
ified art »l ml«a applicable to ttfl year 



men only In the ahort course is certainly 
justiliable, however. Whether these 
rules be drawn up and administered by 
the Senate or by a body of the short 
curse men ihemselves is open to de- 
bue The consensus of opinion is that 
the matter should he In the hands of 

the Senate. 

Some visible distinction should M 
made between the two branches of the 
indent body otherwise the enforcement 
of the freshmen rules is greatly hin- 
dered The salutiim of seniors being a 
MM in point. At New Hampshire, 
,his problem is solved by requiring ttW 
l wo year men to wear little skull caps 
with a liunre 'I on them. 

The short course men should have all 
the activities enjoyed by the . -egubir 
H.uden.s hut they should he entirely 
separate ami di,t met !...», the regular 
undergraduate activiti- The short 
,„urse has a logical ami important 
place in the stale aariciiltnial colleue 
|,„l \i should be developed without ans 
relation to the four nci course '1 be 
entrance re.pii.cnents of the *!"■" 
eourne should be kept low and the stan- 
dards of scholarship icasoiiably «MJ w 
thai these men may ussimihHe as mn.h 
Unowledue as posdble wit ho„l danger 
( „ „, in wi..« out, hut mnwi.lMtnndnm 
this they should be givea plenty "t 
work to do, in other w.ods. cousi.i..- 
,l,U more than lb»] »« K.veii now. 
Tb« standard, ol the regular couise 
should be maintaine.l at even a blither 
pUuethHiiat present if .he reputation 
,, th« institution \* to continue tosjrow 



CAMPUS NOTES 

Menorale Society 
The Menorale Society beld its lirsl 
meeting of the year last Wednesday 
evening. A discussion of the plans for 
the next year was held. The officers 
f„r the year are: President. S.N. Botofl : 
vice-president, Kose Labrovilz; secre- 
laiy, II. I*- Herman; treasurer, A. San- 
dow; executive commiltee. L. R. HaUer, 
II. IS. Herman; social committee, 1. O. 
Quint, liose Labrovitz, A.Sandow, 
Halloween Party 
bast Friday eveninu in Draper Hall 
the track table gavfl the test of the 
dining hall a little good fun. About 
six o'clock Ihey all entered the front 

dooi together dreeeed la mried on* 

tnm ,. s . Five wo -edrOMMd as girls and 

live a* boys, the girls trying to imitate 




the co-eds. One of the boys was dressed 
as a 'hick', others as dunces and all 
were looking for a good time. The 
light! bad been previously draped in 
orange crepe, and the hall looked very 
pretty. They were given a warm wel- 
come and marched to their usual table 
over by the west door. 

Men Taken TJp in Airplain 

U. Lucas of the Aerial Activities 

Corporation of Schenectady, N. Y. has 

been on the campus, and was Hying in 

tb« N'uinity of Amherst last week lor 

ahigherIoeaT 

There would be no advantage in de- 
voting the most valuable years of one's 
Ufa to gain knowledge and experience. 
|| pentes possibilities and achievements 

were noi forthcoming. 

It is then proper to assume that be- 
cause of hi> exceptional scientific train- 
inu the Agricultural college man is |.ro- 
Hreaal**, troll a,Ui>ed is the most mod- 
,.,., (h ,i.v practices and the methods 

thai are likely m »•►« 'i^i'Mmr ihe 

most pioliiablc. 

You know i hut proliiable dairy pr<- 

rf net Ion cannot Mi.cced wiiboiit cleanl - 

( ,,,,,1 %t „, should also know tb; i 




LIBERTY 
BONOS 

ACCCPICO AT PAR 



AH you iK-ttl t<» ualk buiween 
thr drops is a i.tinptooftd 

•♦'Scotch Mist*' I 

Fairwt'.Uhi r overcoats ol hand- 
some ScoAt h cheviofj conttrocted 

after our own formula. 

nenaatef «»«nftt»lfW e*.|legr men w-»r. 



W&Moffz 



CiP^ner .ayf C/eans t 



ixcapaple ot maiiitaining a eleanline** 
ttuit b|.rodiicioe..l the higbesi «|iuiHty 
■ dairy pro4«*lS. because II is used for 
thorough and sanitary denning by all 
Agricultural « olbges in the United 
Slates and Canada. 



Imttan fa < "< ><• 




S»*cUl "Sho»»lai S«rvtc«' 
for •rd«rs ky ■»•». 

Rogbrs P«kt Company 



Uroadway 
at 18th St. 



Broadway 
at Warren 



T*« 



1-40 
1-00 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Till -HRl'AY, No*, tt. 

|., M.-Interfrateridty (-..nforeaeo 
Meeting. Trophy ItiMim. 

rwi»AT. N '««- "*■ 

a, u," Chapel. 

9m M — Junior Sm.iker, Ri*ia1 
IT n ion Koowa. 
iATIMHAV. Nov. £, 
p B| .MW ( UA v», Rhode 
mate at Kingpton. 
I P . M.-KoiMball M. AC. Prenhmen 
Ta.VViltliiloiMUi Mumid rield. 
, Pi M.-Informal. Urill llall. 

Mnj»PAT, Wm> 1«» 
J a. «.-»nnday ( ha|H-l. 

t a. m.— Chapel, 

D Pt H—Hyuih Board Meeting. 

TUMtlAT, NoV. 11, 

Anahtlee ^y. 
WpM»iut, Nov, 1*. 
o p, ».-A«e»b»y. 
W r, M.-T. M. C. A. meeting, 
^lil Union Boome, 



'The 
r*«oir 
('ornera** 

K«W YORK tlTV 



Broadway 

at SWih si, 

liltb Ave 
ill 41st St. 




&»k your supply 
nan to fill >•<"» 
order. l« clean* 
clean. 



In eTerr i*k 



T | M . .1.11. Ford Co., Sole Mulr. . Wyan 
di*tte, Mich. 




How do w© rontinue to have the 
envied clothing business in 



Amherst? 



IN, -Max IdeperWMweof the many 
preaeut at the Waahingion bampiet. 
Max waaaererely wounded lnKram-e and 
return«d to the front llnea before fully 
reeoverlng. Over exposure raaalled in 
paraly*^ from which he k now recover- 
ing at the Walter Beed hospital. 



Oh, simply by continuing to tailor our 
clothe* in oar usual unusual way! 



Tailored by a Tailor 
Not Just Retailed by 




The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 




TWICE TOLD TALES 

the SUIT TALK, we're speaking of. You've already been warned that the 

beat fabric are faat diaappenring. Tbia third wallop iafor thuae gentlemen who can- 
nut anticipate their want*. KIONOMY thru QUALITY ia the watchword thia year. 
For ECONOMY'S Sake. 

CONSULT WALSH 



three days. He took passengers up 
mostly from Amherst college, at the 
rate of fifteen dollars for ten minutes. 
Several Aggie men went up with him. 
lie has taken up several women passen- 
gers as well. The airplane landed 
down by the M. A. C. sheep sbe«l. 




Importance, To feed the world adc- bom, ;»t its monthly meetings, theta 

quately, without waste, wiili just re- IllfgM afpacta of the various topics 

muncialion to the pro 'ucer hihI willi- Ireaieil liy the department and major 

out extortion from the consumer, aeri- eluhi. The latter can coiiUnne to meet 

culture lniist be planned alonu world as formerly, and at the same time he 

lines. sections of the general organisation. 

These plang must be based on know 1- \ section on general farmttiu and one 
The Aerial Activities Corporation in- ! edge of conditions and careful study on on current events are, aimtug the see- 
elude Id. Lucas, who was Adjutant at the part of those who ale to he leaders lions talked of M additions to the pa. 
Bowling Field during the war, his in the era upon which we are enterimr. melogy , animal lnisbaiidry. -economics, 
brother and one other. They employ A World Agriculture .Society can dis- and other elulm already estublishetl. 
two mechanics. Their headquarters are 
at Scheneetady, N. V. and they travel 
around the eoiintiy picking up passen- 
gers mostly from the college*. They 
use a ninety horse power t'uriiss 
machine. A Ford iruek carries their 
supplies and a tent. Just now they 
are making a tour of llie New Kngland 

collegee, 

Chemiatry Club Starts. 
A meet inn of I be Chemistry flub was 
held in the Library of the < hemistry 
lluildiug lust Thursday Bvaufng ai 7 
o'clock. There wen- not enougb pres- 
ent to hold an election of ollicels so a 
tcni|>4irary eniertaiumeni commiltee ' 
was elected to arrange a program t >r 
future meetings until an election can 
be held, ll was decided tu Bold meei- 
iugs twice a month iuthi-.lindorl.ee- 
ture ltoom of the Chemiatry LeWrator] 
s.ipboumrei who are leta r e ettd in the 
Club will he asked to Jof" a"*' il ,h 
hoped a large enrollment wilt result, 

Falae Alarm. 

On Friday night at 11 o'clock the 
men of the eolleie were aroused from 
their heda and llo-ir sin. lying by the 
call ol the tire alarm which blew In 
number 1H, the box on the eaat side of 
the campus near Clark llall. Moat 
people forgot that it was Halloween 
night so that before long a large crowd 
had gathered In IbeitfOeL The whistle 
oti the campus was not blown so that 
that the student volunteer »»|uad, who 
had gone to bed early for just such a 
possible call, was not awakened and 
slept through It all. The alarm was 
falae, being the result of an outburst of 
yottthfol energy. 

Q, T. V, held its drat honae dance of 
ike season at their bonse on Pleasant 
on Saturday afternoon and evening. 
About m eoerpres were present, The 
music was furnished by the Loom la, 
three piece, orchcitra of llaydenvllle, 
Bias of Amharit catered. 1 he chape* 
roam were Mrs, Hicks and Mr. and Mrs, 
MeCloodof Amherst, 

Alpha Sigma Phi entertained its 
pledgee Friday craning al a typical old 
time Halloween party, The decorations 
consisted of a supply of towels for the 
use of everHsmbitlooi apple-hobbera, A 
M a^og" of youthfnl prowler* f nrulshcd 
ii n looked for ■oreltles and surprises. 
" !•>!■" were served. 



The proposed organization will be 
pretested to the student body at As- 
sembly sometime in the near fulure. 



'70. — F. H. Tucker is in the til in of 
Farley Harvey Co.. of 101 Kianklin Si., 
Boston. He writes in a letter to the 
alumni secretary "I believe the project 
ot a memorial buildtug Is a capital one. 
1 will vis 1 ! the campus In the near 
future." 



The "Constitution" of To-day— Electrically Propelled 



WORLD AGRICULTURE SOCtrfT 

At a meeting of overseas men held tn 
shwkbridgs Hall last week, a eommli. 
tee was appointed to consider the ad- 
vtaaWmy of enlarglug the proposed et» 
isnlsattou eo that It may include aJl 
who are interested In the wofbi-wide 
aspects of agriculture which the A I 
F. farmers* (lub. founded tn Beaine, 
France, aims to promote 

Farming has outgrown local bound- 
aries and even national limits. The 
war has demonstrated Its international 



THE U. S. S, "New ataSe©," tht Brtt 
battleship of any nation to be ekctri- 
cally propelled, is one of the moat important 
achievements of the scientific age. She not 
only develops the maximum power and, 
with electrical control, has greater flexibility 
of maneuver, which ia a 
distinct naval advantage, 
but also gives greater econ- 
omy. At 10 knots, her 
normal cruising speed, she 
Will steam on leas fuel than 
the best turbine-driven ship 
that preceded her. 



Figures that tell the 
Story of Achievement 



The electric generating 
plant, totaling 28.000 horse- 
power, and the propulsion equipment of the 
great super-dreadnaught were built by the 
Gen »ral Electric Company, Their opera t ion 
has d emons tr a ted the superiority of electric 
propulRton over old-time methods and a 
wider application of this principle in the 
merchant marine to fast making progroii. 



Length— #34 feet 
Wlilia 91 feat 

Di*pl«cem#nt — 32.000 

Fuel capacity— a imTOon gst. 

lorn (fu*l oil) 
Fower— 28,000 

power 
Sperd — 21 knots 



Six auxiliary General Electric Turbine Gen- 
erators ot 400 h or s e po wer each, supply 
power for nearly 500 motor*, driving pumps, 
fans, shop machinery, end kitchen and laun- 
dry appliances, etc 

Utilizing electricity to propel ships at sea 
marks the advancement of 
another phase of the elec- 
trical industry in which the 
General Electric Company 
ia the pioneer. Of equal 
importance baa been to 
part in perfecting electric 
transportation on land, 
transforming the potentia l 
energy of waterfalls for use 
in electric motors, develop- 
ing the possibilities of electric lighting and 
many other similar achievement a. 

As a result, so general are the applications 
of electricity to the needs cf mankind that 
scarcely a home or individual today need 
be without the benefits of General Electric 
products and service. 



An ,llu»trmte>J seeMW thracribini raw *Wewafejrfeo, , 'antfl*»* 
**?*• E tec trie Ship," wftf *» tmmt wpm» r*qum * t . Addr*»* 
1 Ehmtrie Company, D*mk 44, Tn fmisufSifj, PtwwYe 



General Oftlc 
;NY. 




GeneraWElectric 



i Company St? 



Offices in 



cities. 




The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 5, 1919. 



ENTOMOLOGY DEPARTMENT "BIDE-A-WEE" 

GETS FINE COLLECTION creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specially 



St. George '18, Sends in Specimens ] 
Gathered Around Washington, D.C. j 

The museum of the entomological | 
depart meat was enriched Friday l>y the 
rei ie|.l i>l a !ar»e collection <•!' forest In- 
sect larvae iroin Raymond St. (Jeorge, 
MX. now located at Washington, 1). C, 

Tiie ooHcctioo was made in ami 
around Washinu'tiHi where the donor 
lias heen connected with the flfOVSrn- 
inent bureau of entomology tince his 
uraduatiou. The shipnient arrived in 
perfect eoiidiiioii due to the exclleal 
lechaiqua used by si. Ueorge in pack- 
iim lie found il necessary toimmerye 
each specimen in Miilg water. thus 
roiitjiilniiim the body tissues and iv,- 
derinu them aiithVientty siili to with 
, ,:hI i ho severe treatment <•■ modern 
expivs, i*n ice. 

Ti, . specimens were luHv labeled, 
and WMkMd t.fii.ilv ol foiesl |.ests in 
the larvae s'auc of their devolopmeni. 
In s.mie ca»e-, hovves . i . t he life circle 
..I tU« insect Wi j.rcsc, ,.l in all its 

form-. 

Tills ctdlcci.-n is the UHWl n|. le- 
nt it* kind ever r« l -.."I l»> Hie c.ll.ue 

miiMfunt. 

81, tie. .rue majucd in eiituiii. •!<.;:> 
Hiiile astudeni heic. MioK ly after bis 
ura.luaiion. he accepieJ a i>..sit!..ii in 
the department of (..rest insects, bureau 

„f, .,!«•. .-y, I. .cited at Wa-hMmtoii, 

H ('. Il i- while hei. iliat ht made 
i ui, iplendM M*H#eli«tn, present!*! 
(hen to his alma mates a- a token ol 
his iadebtednc*'. to her. 



And Other «(>.id tliiims to eat. 

MRS. L. M. STEBBINS 

Middle Sticct. T.'t. J .!."- W > Uailh>. Ma-*. 



PLAZA 

N.utliumuton . AlaM. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the Heat 

PHOTO- PLAY 
FEATURES . . . 

A re shown. 

Program chanced daily except Monday 

and Tuesday. 

i i.t,i»'K v. jiKi,M«)M. Man a ger . 



S. S. HYDE 

in fleaaant sneet 




ALUMNI NEWS 



Oculists' Prescriptions ftlied 

Biokrn Lenses Accurdety Replaced 

One Watch Repairing 

Promptly and SHIfwlly Done 

fatlftfaetton (iii.inini«4 

No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Tom a|.|.eaiance is marred unless join 

is Correct 



The elnxs ..! i •'» ha- e^laldished an 

iiiit.teeeilcnle.i lee .nl by being the 

llrtl 100 per eel. elm* t« 'be |>lf I Hi 

l.uildiiii: campaigti. A coiitribiilbMi 

,,( MMtC kind has been received ir.-ii. 

| member id »he i la*- and the 

,i.al .jtK.ta has been ..ver lath- 

K»ribed. The I «-«-.. i.l; 

|ii,il iiHinttei siihsclibcMl. W 

I'.cal iiiiiicM't iirmtna'cd » ho luoc 

mibKerlbed, * 

futal iiiitnl.er whodid not gin. limit' 

j.n.i .nits, riieo ? 

Quota afwturn-'. ** lb"' "''a** of 

,,. -cnutt.00 

To'al snl««.crtlM-d t» daif. «*■: 

ftftsl |..!.cii';.i: ' of mPfllhi'i. 

rtlj who linvr .iibscrlt.e.i, 100 



Don't smash your bank account when you buy your 
clothes. Of course good clothes are high in price and 
hard to get. It's up t<. you to see that you get the best 
possible for your money, and we are in a position to help 
von. You will do yourselt an injustice il you don't give 
our sbek the once-over bHoiv spending yuttf n oney. 

Corduroy Vests Wool Vests 

Heather Wool Sox and Golf Hose, Convertible Collared Shirts 

Hart Behaffner & Marx Ready Clothes 



F. M THOMPSON & SON 

College Outfitters lor over thirty years 



E. M. BOLLES 

The place to go for College Shrea 



K-.taWMictl 1*77. 
Mtllt ISi*lt»M W*»»i»« 

Choice (iroceriesand Fruits to 5e 

« iiMIi ItiiNK'IV 
\inlu>r«l Ornn«c Mfr»SW 




RAHAR'S INN 

Xi.rtl.ii ii i.imi,. B«w..l»i».'i. 

ECttOFEAM ni* 




(1,,. MfmrlrtU ta s 1W of members 

and ix-mcn.ber^ .-I the r1»« t»f l 6 « hi» 

, -„t,h,r.!..d h. the in cm. rial lonld- 

h»« laod thrrei.j naklag ihttl flaas '»<«' 
nr«i wiib a \W r*r«« Mt record; It. I.. 
, „*,<!. ft, AHeii. II nub I- Harm,. 
K, A Hartl.H. i K Hon. K. 0, llraea, 
« \j i otei. II It. I r.«.by. K. ( Coah- 
mali J.J. l-itnlmr. I'.a |h 1', «.a>. W, 
H. Ilateh ( . B, llobomb, 1*. f. Hunt. H. 
I llimtinirioii. K. lb In«ham. J. H. 
KeiL.n.K T. UM.C. W. l,*wl«. J F- 
I.yman.W, h iWWM, » ^ Scwhall. 
W, J' (I S,.ill,Ci, W. Vafcb, \ 1 1'iitil. 
j 1 lci.i.anls.,1., \V. M. ?*ear«, Allen 
Mwa • Monica », Tad. \. I» Taylor. 
II. i l,,ii.|».oi H -Tim |k. I. . *.Wft]kPF, 
( ]. wbiiaker.ii.V. Willis, F. I.. Vraw. 
Ti,,. otiocisol ibe new Halt Inir.rr Hub 
Pl,.,i.d at the iiet-f.tfi-ihcr M Oet.afi. 
are »»« follow*; Fwiddcttt . s>. W. Wiley 
t m vici..(.o ! .o]i.nt. t» H. UriitMi* W| 
M-crcary-M. W, CUwgh »1§, ;i4»»l Kail 
timm We.. Haltimore. M According to 
I he chief sctib*, W, K. French T». 

_* i.|.|lnu : n' rnli'I I h6 c;im- 

(.mign and voted the world iiiu'ht h !<iik'e 
Weoew. The ptOfmni m prewnlcd and 



THE MnXETT JEWELRY STORE 



C«U«i# Jtwtlrjr i 

Fin* W»lf& ■»paiTii.». tlM •••!:•■ L««i»t 

! , | ,,. I |"fflil,l>ll*. 

12 ftela Mfcet. 



of Aggie Men 

IN 

SPRINGFIELD 

IS 

Hotel "Worthy 

Drop In for a mr al or over 

night. 
T*«trr HtAiowABLi: 

Main and Worthingtw Streets 

Give m* ■ trial) 




i he list of men who attended follows: 
I'n.isi master, A. B. BTlgga '(>'•» 

The li i tr Drive, Litat. II. c. Darling 'Id 

Xuuie^K 4W, S, lb Haskell 'l»4 

our Memorial, 8. \\\ Wiley U8 



F. Hyde T">, 1). Llptbtrei Ts, W. K. 

French l!l. 

A very novel idea adopted by the N. 
V. Auyie ( 'lnb is a board of jo.vernors 
made up of 16 members, live of whom 



Our College, Prof. J. «'. Graham j B ooui of oflee every year. At the meet* 

The Spirit of Aggie, U. il. Pisgree W isgoo Oct, ar. tbefollowlsg whose tana 
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Thi-se whoiittedcd I he Aggie ttet-to- 
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OB Oct. IB were Dr. E. I'oilel Kelt '01. 
Slate K..luH.ol..o.sl, I'e.'e.V S. Kssl»an 
'UN and ltiehar.l W. Su.il h 17. Going 

on the old maxim thai Ibme's ■ nfuwdt 
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,,. M ,eetive li.elilsol the %ati..iisn.einl,els 

„i our honored taenley and the football 

learns ol'uiiiptv four'' and "naagfctj 

„ix," A message from Preaj wen raad 

wilh interest ami I telegram announc- 

.mi; another Aggie victory, rained every- 

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The ollieers ol the Southern asso- 
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Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, November 12, 1919. 



No. 7 



PROF. TYLER STATES ISSUES 
IN AR MISTICE D AY TALK 

T.J. Hammond Outlines the Many 
Points for Which We Celebrate. 

Taesday morning a special assembly 
was held to commemorate the anniver- 
sary of the signing of the ArraHtiee. 
The service was condi *ed by Dean 
Lewi* and Rev. Jobn Hawley of the 
First Chinch of Amberst. 

The first speaker of the morning was 
l*rof. John Tyler of Amberst College. 
He summarized bis talk by saying that 
we should do our work and pay the cost. 
It is the only thing that we can do in 
these times of trouble. As an exam- 
ple of this be cited the college man. 
"Are you goiog to give up your eollege 
traditions for your duty." "When you 
finish eollege are you going to put Into 
it all that you can?" 

Harlan Worthely '20, sang a solo af- 
ter Mr. Tyler's speacb. 

The second speaker was Mr, Thomas 
J. Hammond the district attotney for 
this section. Be spoke on the meaning 
of a holiday sod why we are celebra- 
ting Armistice day. In France at the 
signing of tbe Armistice the people 
ware not as merrymaking as we were 
becanse over there almost every roof 
was sheltering a bean ache. Over 
beta we bad lost fewer men and there- 
I tbe victory seemed more of a nat- 
ural triumph. In trenches tbe men 
were more reminiscent. Through it all 
they had come onl the tacky onas to 
•how tbe world that the two great 
duties of every people are to respect 
discipline and to show patrlonltsm. 



How About Springfield? 
ALL. OUT 



vs. M. A. C. 

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8end in your order a* noon as possible. 

WHAT THEY DID SATURDAY : 

lluw tbe two remaining leaum on tbe schedule fare. I on \..s.inher H. 

KPKIKOFIKLD V8 M. A. C. NOV. IB 
Springfield 18, Hamilton O 

TUFTS V8 M. A. O. MOV. U 
Tulta 7, University of Detroit 8 



M. A. C. TRIUMPHS 

OVER R. I. STATE 



1923 CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM 

DEFEATS WILUSTON 

Saturday afternoon fba Freshman 
crosa-country team ran the team rep* 
resttnUag Wlllbrtna Academy. The 
rwe was three and three quarter* miles 
long and wan won by tbe Fraabmen 
babdlly In tbe time, twenly-lhrae min- 
utes and forty-one and tbree-fJftbs wm* 
oeds. Tbe individual star of Ibe after- 
noon waa Wood worth of the Freshmen 
who ran tbe race with (be lead of three 
hundred yards over Belling «I vTllliaton. 
Tanner of tbe Freshmen was a efosa 
third. The summary of Ibe finishers 
was as follows; Wood wort b,M.; Tanner, 
M. ; Severance, W. ; Oay, M.j TTsdale, 
U.\ Oulteraon, W. ; EommevUIe. W.; 
Mead, W.| Hartmae. W.; H*well. U.i 
i.yaak» W.| and Fnller, M. Hani were 
M. A. C. 1SW, tfij Wllllsten, ». 



Two abort mass meetina* have been 
held wllb a view to arousing en thusissm 
fur the Springfield and Tafts games. 
Upwards of 1100 baa been raised ha hire 
> band for tbe former game, and a *ec- 
'itd hundred was raised on Monday to 
revive and reequip tbe old Aggie band 
for the Brown and bine mbIn(, 



NEW HAMPSHIRE TRACK TEAM 
ROMPS AWAY FROM AGGIE 

Comparatively Level Course Prevents 
M. A. 0. from Faatest Running. 

Tbe Cross Country Team lost to New 
Hampshire Stale. IS lo 4*2. in a fast race 
last Saturday at Durham, Tbe New 
Hampshire men set a fast pace with 
Bllllngbam in the lead from the start, 
Tlia ewtrse wna four and a bair mile* 
lung and lay over fairly level eonnlry 
with no bad hills. Tbe roads ware soft 
and muddy from reewnt ralni. lu.-.M. 
A, C. men were grouped liaek of those 
in fba lead.mtwf of Hie way, and gained 
consistently"" tbe bill*, hot weJns un- 
able to bold their own on tbe level, 
[.ynna sained «>n »he tlnal «prinl, and 
came in third, bui New Hampshire wan 
too fa« for th# learn «■ a whole. The 
time made by BUiingbam was quite fasi . 
and b» h»M an ea»y lead from start lo i 
lirit.h. Nightingale and Lealb, two of 
New Hsmi*!*""'-*" '•««' rnnncr* wet.- un 
able lo run, bat in spite of that faet 
Iber bad Utile UMMa in witinlnff, 
TbuM Who placed, with their time, 
follows; BfJUniham. N. H. f S§ mln, SI 
i*c.j Paine >* U .i'i min. 18*4 sec- 
Lyons, U, A. i .. M M bbc.: liravw, N. 
H„«min. lit?* . Wanton, v. it., m 
lisec,; TbompMB. s H , *l mln. tl 
««,; rileh, N.H., * min. Mi nee, . Slate. 
U, A. C.,*J mln, »W1 sec.; f*r»y, M 
A <'.,*iit'itt. liM ■•*•! Hubbard. N. 
H..*rJmln. 41 S-6 »«c J We*i, M. A. i ... 
Sfimin. m sec.: Carlet..n, M. A, U. t ff 
mln. 



SECOND INFORMAL OF YEAR 
ATTRACTS EIGHTY COUPLES 

Svant la a Pronounced Succeas an a 

Reaalt of Large Crowd and 

Taaty Dinner. 

I Ir.on e»ery «land|Hiinl — 
financial, a gi**>ti time, giNNl mualc, and 
good cat a— the aecotid informal of the 
year last Saturday waa a pronminred 
Buccess, The event wa» sttended by 
approximately *•> e oapln a who were 
enabled 10 jas« fo narfaetiaa to the 
ryibm of the wjllege oreheatra of all 
plarva, 

liaiiiiim eonmienead at S-SO r. m. 
sbarp in the Hrill Hall, which waa 
taatcly decora'eil for the occaaton with 
banners and floral displays, At 'i -Mi 
n, M. a brief rcaplte waa afforded the 
dam era to enable them to partake of 
t he dinner prepared hy Miss Dial her at 
lHapcr Hall, Mualc recommenced at 
7-80 anil com luiir-d until V-Ofi, 

The ehappromt of the occasion were 
I Mia* Srhrottky for Ml. Holyoke, Mrs, 
HiifTry »nd Mr* Howe for Smith, and 
Mra. Haebracb for M. A. 0, 



T*,*.- K. K. «nba, ba« juat resigned 
from his position with the Bureau of 
Plant Industry If, S. H. A. with whom 
he has been engaged through the sum- 
mer on wheat mil ta vest (gallons in the 
wheat belt, At present he bj taking 
up work leading to a Ihwtor'a degree in 
plant pathology, st the College of Agri- 
culture, University of Illinois, 



Kingston Team Scores One Touch- 
down to Visitors' Three. 

Masriacuuaetta Aggie eiiine through 
with an «ther win on Saturday at King- 
ston, foi .'inn H.I, State to lower their 
cohiiH 19-11. The small margin «d vic- 
tory may he in part accounted for by 
the ahhcnce «.l I'api. Pond from hia reg- 
ular quarterback berth, Grayson and 
(oimlwin from the line, and by the fact 
that several ol the other linemen were 
not playing tbotroww BcjtHtean. 

The Kiuuatnu aggregation started <>n 
with a rush, taking the ball on downa 
after .lohiiaton hati kicked off to Aggie. 
Then the Maroon and White line held 
and Johusion fell back to try a drop- 
kick, which fell abort. Toward Ibe end 
of the quarter, after It. 1. hail puabed 
the hall to the 12-yard matk, and theu 
thrice failed to gain. Johnston fell back 
10 yards and booted one between tbe 
uprights for the firat acore. 

Aggie scored abort ly after tbe open- 
ing of the aei-oml quarter, .Straight 
line hocking brought tbe hall 10 It. I'm 
2&-yard mark, ami Manaell, on a for- 
ward from Keadio, went over for a 
ii.ih Udown. At half lime M. A, C. bad 
ibe ball hack within 35 yards of < 
home team** goal line, with tbe acore 6-3. 
A recovered fumble was turned Into 
the second Bay Stats score at the bt 
ginning of the third period. Lent, Jake- 
man and Whittle rushing tbe pigakiu 
practically to the goal line in nix playa. 
and then L*wanduwikl went over Im 
the iunehdown. 

R. I. got two points on a safety a few 
minute* later when l^ewandowskl fell 
on a misdirected uaaa behind bis own 
goal Una, Just before tbt period ended 
the Kingston oatfil made lu first and 
only touchdown. Following an na- 
ebsugeof punt* Jounaion took Poole'a 
kick en «>ur 'ifVyard line ami ran it back 
for a scorn, Tbe tf| fci ■««' mlsaad, 
and M. A. C. waa teadlug W-ll aa the 
period ended. 

In tba last quarter a Rbody ba*kfield 
fumble on MasaachttMits* *1 yard line 
resnlled in the lust aoora of tba game. 
It required three playa logo M yards, 
piHile going aer«»a for the linal touch 
down. Whittle kicked the goal, mak- 
ing ilia score 19-11 in Aggla'afawr. 

Mackintosh put op a good game at 
center, sod Mansell waa fast nail.. 
effenslva, 
Jobnatoaww tba bright spot in tbe 

K. I. lineup 
* The summary; 
u, a. < " i.aTaTa 

IJewing, OlavlU t» 

I e.Tweadel, Mowrey 
Cotton. King, r t r t, Hirtle 

[>elahunt, rg Ig, Blake.Olson. Browne! 1 
Msrklntnab.c * c, Sea bury 

filsvio. tlray, 1 g tl. Potter 

Holmes, It r l, Brownell. Luther 

Mansell, Ottggelt, Manaell, 1 a 

r«, Tnmar 




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downs-Maiiaell, Lewandowski, I'oole, 
Johnston. 9©al from touchdown- 
Wbltile. Goal from Held -Johnston, 
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FRESHMEN WIN 1NTERCLASS 

FOOTBALL GAME 13-0 

First Time for Many Yeara that New 
Men have Woo. 

on ArmiMue Day, immediately aft. r 
chapel, the annual ehuo. uan.e between 
the Sophomores ami the Freshmen took 

place. Tao ooatest was the otoel oselt- 

lag elass frame played on l he campus 
for a long time and was won by the 
Ki'-lnnen hy tlie score of It lo 0. 

I,, Dm 1, isi quarter 1 he Sopborooros 
were II MMW—lltr Of Ibe hall almost I he 
entire tin.,-. The line plUUglBg of QltM 
and the work Of < lark 00 a fake kiek 

torumuoo warn tbe ootetnadlag loetaiei 

in this period. No score was made. 
I.. 1 he ooooad period the Pioobaioa 

kicked offside an<» the .Sophomores ear 
ried the hall down the held for it> yards 
dm- 10 1 he Hue work of Wildm-i -ami 
(iiles. The Freshmen MCOTOtOtl lb" 
hall and the half ended wlih ItM I00f« 
at loo 

In the second half the llrst year DM " 
kept the hall most of I he time, and will. 
geed 'ritertcrcii.e and line work hy 
(trayeon and Tar|din ihe> carried the 
hall over the line for two scores. The 
llrst which came in the third quarter 
was made by Tarpllii who duplicated 
Big work in IsM lourth .|uarter. Tfcfl 
itame ended with the hall m:.i 1*0 
Freshman coal hut in their own hands 
K.,r the Frclimen, l>avls. Tarplain. 
audOraysou played a Bta IgOJDO while 
Clark, Hllea, and Mur.h.ck played well 
for the Sophomores. 

CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

I'lllKM" ' > • Wtti 1*- 

7-aO i- m Meeting of l>es Molne* del 
ejjates at Mr. Fielder- 

P»II»av. Vi.v. 14. 
7-40 a. M.— Mornlnn Chapel in Andl- 

torium. 

SATCttUAT. N"\ 16. 

SMJO i-. u -football, M. A. C.T».Sprloi 

Held at Springfield. 

81 XHAT, Hot. 16. 
iua> v. u. -Sunday Chapel. Ilev. New- 

IM M. Mali, Kfltlt. I oBgre- 

gafional Che* h. >prlngfleld. 

JioNi.M. Son 1" 
7-WJ a. M.-Mornlng Chanel i» »»w 
torinm. 
\Vki»sk»i»a> . Knv, 10, 
H» p. 1,-AMKtty 1b AaditntlniB. 
Speaker. Alva Ague, See. 
Maw Jersey Stale I lent, of 



JUNIORS WIN INTERCLASS 

RUN BY EASY MARGIN 

Disqualification of Six Men for Leav- 
ing Course Changes Standing. 

The Junior class cross-country team 
won theiuterclass cross-country meet. 
which was held Tuesday morning, 
Nuvcmher 11. The course was reversed 
in order that the variity men should 
have a fast start, and the finish was in 
front of the Drill flail. The final score 
was 1921, 44; 1H-28, 5o; 1922,07; 1920, 70. 
Several of thejastest men, including 
Captain I-.vons, got off the course, and 
although they linished in the lead.they 
were disqualified and given twenty- 
fourth place. The score was counted 
on the lirsl live men of each class 

The Juniors' victory was expected 
with a large entry of fasl nien.including 
MVaral *«'»>" runners. The Freshmen 
class did well, gelling second place in 
S |.iie of ibe fact that their fastest man, 
Uoodworth, was disqualified. 

The men limshed in the following 
order: Kollius *22. West '21, Macready 
'2H, liotr '21, Crawford ^iO.Holloway '«», 
Tauner 2:i, Cauavnn (outside), Cooper 
•21, Alger '23, I'ree '20, Sullivan '22. 
Murry '22.Kvers 'il.Uaslam '21, Gay '23, 
p.e.kwilh-ia. Lambert '21, Preston '22, 
N.well '2J1, Searles '23, Fuller '23. 
Fletcher '21, (Lyons '20, Wood worth '23* 
Uraj il.Carielon '20, Slate *21, Hooper 
22. disqualified.) liecause of the d is- 
,|iial)iicaiion. no time was taken for 
Kollin*. Capl. Lyons finished in 16 min- 
utes. 23 seconds. 



OWN HALL 



Thursday 



Mat, at 8 

Km-. St s 



Cecil H. UeMllle's big domes- 
tic drams. 

"For Better For Worse" 

Hy Edaar Berwyn-A great 
tlieme: an all-star east. In- 
cluding- KUlott Dexter. Glo- 
ria Swanson. Wanda Hawley, 
.Jack Holt. Theodore Roberts 
and Sylvia Astaton; a famous 
iilaywrlght and a masterful 
dlieetor have all been used 
in this production. It out- 
does all DeMUIe's preceding 
productions. 

New* We.Kly. Mutt and Jeff 
Topic* of the Dejr,Cs»ea> 



Friday 



Mat, at 8 
Kve. St S 



Saturday 



Mat. st S 

Kve— 2 Snows 

6-45. 8-30 



H.d«e Keaaea? in 

"Daughter of Mine" 

A fascinating, entertaining 
drains of a young girl or the 
tenements and ber unest or 
romance and adventure. 



Pictosr.ph 



Vod-a-vil 



Comody 



.. 



Monday 



Mat.ats 
Kve.st s 



Tom Mooro In 

"60 WEST Y0UN6 MAN 

The story of a tenderfoot and 
bis thrilling adventures In 
the great West. A brand new 
role for To m Moor e. 

Mb „ P ."Tae Carte* Case" 
Haws W.eHly. Uoy d Com.d y 

Cataeriae Calvert and a 

Notable Cast In 

"Tee Career of Catherine 
Besh" 

Krom Illnor Hlynn's well- 
novel-Sbe bad bsso- 






MAROON 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS 

Springfield Game 

uiMrWH atT THE 

FLORICULTURE DEPART MENT 



N. E. INTERCOLLEGIATE 

RACE NEXT SATURDAY 

Formidable Array of Stara Promises 
Fast Contest. 

The Hnal race of If. aV. < s crosa- 
. .„m.ii\ team will lake place Saturday 
morning when they compete at N. K. 1. 
\ \ meet hi lloaton. Judging from 
past p«ri«>ranc*i, Aggie should made a 
credit aide showing. 

The course Is laid out in and around 
Iratiklin Field, ami consists of the 
usual level*, hills, plowed land, obsta- 
,1,... ei, . However, it is well marked, 

I .tries 10 dale number 110. This 
means that al least a dozen teams will 
.-ompeie. A complete ll«l of tbooowoa 
uuohtalnalde. 

Nightingale and Llelh of N II *>tat», 
Brown of WHHao*, Uranger and Rowe 
Vermont . aad Londgren of W. V, I. will 
bear watching. Their recorda have 
proven them to be fast competitors. 

In spile of this formidable I lno*tip of 
uppuilllnn. Aggie's barrl««ao«iM gtv» 
a good aeooUBt of themselves, and It 
cannot be denied thai we have an ad- 
vantage la having a well balanced 
team. Kvery man li In the boat ©oodt- 
tton poBiible, having trained rognlorly, 
Asliff work.Mii this week will increase 
their chances jnat thai mneb. Tea 
raw Toeaday waa uvat tb« mmxm 1b the 
ravarw ortar wlib l»« Intent of ao- 

BMtomlng lb» **»™ to » , "*' Bt * rl - 
All tn aJU tbe spirll with whtea the 
■•n have undergone the gruelling 
grind of training together with their 



it "and brains— and nothing 
„'.,?". b..i •»»; ^«^J 

ton. to ***nJTL*>tmkm 
want to see bow. a»*« bsiss 

this sUrtH sa tuiaa aes 
rathe ■evUw Comodr 

fbotoplay stars In rosl life 
Orchestra svenlua* 




We hate opened a 

New Shoe Store 

Complete New Stoce 

Kx,HTt Repair Work I m me 

Shoe Shiwe Stamo 




WaesrrrsfwHltoerf 

Studen ts' App liances 

MUBY alitTBectrtclaiis 



Full Line of 

.LEGE JEWE 

l>t u* ferve you. 



Kll 



T4» P 



Agtienltnrn. 
w _i9i« claas flmok«T, SnelalUplemlid performance this season should 



Union Room. 



Phf»n» SOD 



Tbe Rev. Hrtrmait Mact^, of the 
Hartford Theol«ttie«I ftemlnary. Hart 
lord. Conn., will 1»« the «p*"»k« •« H ""- 
imr Chapel. Kov. In. He was formerly 
lh€ opjiegs preacher at Ma*-lbin»ld Oat- 
leg", qnebw;, Canada. Maelamald 0a4- 
le«c la tbe agrteolltiral branch ..1 M> 
Hill irnlveralljr. 



suable the team to place well. 

They will leave Friday afternoon la 
charge «>f Captain Lyons and "Ollte" 
Film *H. who has been act lag as coach, 

tlOPTga It UflUofttf the inlercollegi- 
ata I'rohih.iion AwwHilailon, will bo 00 
ibocaiofHn next Monday and Tuesday* 
He wiii make hi* beadqonrfera at tko 
N M 0. A=oit«. 



ARTHUR P. 

197 Mam St., "Harap." 

H^roUTHINN 



Qinet and ComlortabW 
flR^ty for 

BANQUETS, PARTY 

European Plan 



-Bv*en* 



SATURDAY'S GAME SHOULD 

GIVE M. A. C. VICTORY 



Close Oamo Expected Against the 

T. M. 0. A. Training College 

at Springfield. 



Aggie's scores thus far are of interest 
as baviug a bearing on the result ! 
Oct. 4— M. A. <*. in, C. A. C. 7 
Oct, U.— Dartmouth 27, M. A. C. 7 
Ocl. 1H.-M. A. C. », W. 1'. L 
Oct. 26.— M. A. f. •-!"., l\ Of V.ti 
Nov. 1— N. II. State 0, M. A. C. 7 
Nov. 8.— M. A. 0. 1», H. I. Stale 11 



With tbe season three-fonrtbs over, 
and a record of four wins and two de- 
feats the M. A. C. eleven now turns to 
the two big games of tbe schedule, 
Springfield and Tufts, battling Ibe 
i,,rmer nest Saturday at Springfield. 
The game promises to be just as fast 
and scrappy as in days of old, with the 
learns about evenly matched and with 
the old Aggie prestige and moral to 
offset whatever advantage the Bed and 
White may have In playing on their 
„wn gridiron. The T. M. C. A. col- 
legians, always especially desirous of 
annexing a victory over as, have built 
up a team and a plao of attack with 
Nov. 15 in view. Coach Berry has been 
assisted for tbe past week or ten days 
by Dr. McCurdy, a former gridiron star, 
mid well known as a football strategist 
10 followers of intercollegiate football. 

The Springfield scores thus, far hardly 
,1,. justice lo the team, for Berry had 
ieu letter men as a nucleus and has de- 
veloped a team only a trifle better than 
tbe average, Tbe record of four loeeea 
and three wins does not show this, ow- 
ing to the severity of tbe schedule. 
The fact that Springfield played tbe 
Dartmouth game mlnoa two or three 
..leraaa who will appear against Aggie 
makes it impossible to judge by (he 
..reen's score of 40-0 against the Red 
uid White and their 27-7 score against 
1 apt. Pond's oatfit. 

Wrauam, Scbaefer and Drew, with 
lireti alternaUngat quarter In place of 
t.rabam.plus Clvlletto, a Western ra- 
ve txanafer, form a strong backfleld. 
The lira* thro* are veterana of one or 
re "seasons, Drew al fallback i* 
the heaviest maa lo the backfleld. and 
next to Watson the heaviest man on the 
team. ClvIIatto's kicking practically 
mm the Tnfta game. Aggie will be 
nweighed in the line, especially on 
1 he right aide, where Watson, tbe rangy 
k boy, plays end, and Johnson, a 
i*0 pounder, plays the gnard poairion. 
1Mb are linemen of two years' expert- 
e.and with Capl. Oulolao. who will 
. .bably play left and on Saturday, are 
I be mala ataya of l he line. 

I >|«n work and speed art the funda- 
mentals of the Hn»a ORy eleven's of- 
renea, and forward paaoaa with Waftoa 
.* ibe weaitiag and have paved the 
» ay for most of their seoring. Against 
Harvard. BerTy*a team tried SI forward, 
:*ieral, double and tripta pamta, « a* 
wbieb ware ttteaoaajul, nix of which 
irained 10 to » yarde, A wet field, 
which made It Hupoaalble for Watson to 
keep his footing, spoiled several other 
nances for substantia! gains over the 
rimson Baa. 

Agaleal Springfield's best. Coach 

M will send bis firsi string eleven, 

4od one whleh will start the game In 

perfect physical condition, Aggie has 

en outweighed in every game ibis 

waaon, and this apparent handicap will 

make no difference to the seasoned 

ukfield thai haa rolled np 100 psfatt 

wraiuat hnavtot Baa*. Pond will at 

>#aat equal Clvlletto al kicking. 

A tight defence, an offence of four 
ivwtrful backs, and a d*»«ti«atif>n to 
»!n ; these arc M. A C.*a uaneta agaJnsi 
m admittedly strong, claver team, and 
fii*y form a pretty solid baels for ihe 
1 lief that tbe victory of tour raalM ago 
be repeated, and the lie game of 



W1LLIST0N WINS OVER 

1923 IN HARD GAME 



Freshman's Only Loss of the Season. 
Three Men Hurt. 



The Freshman football team I. .hi th.ii 
first game of the Banana, ;«•'<* the laal 
game with an outside team last Satur- 
day, to Willislon by I score of It -H. 
Tbe Wllllston learn oatwolghad tin* 
yearlings, whose ItMOOald not hold 1 he 
fierce attack of the "prep" backs. 

Williaton kirked off, but the Fresh- 
men were unable lo gain, and WON 
obliged lo kick book. alSBOal iniincdl- 
ately, a forward pass and an end run 
netted a touchdown for ffltllatoa BoOE 
after, two long runs around right and 
left ends brought WillisUm 00*000000' 
tally. The first quarter ended »nli "In- 
score lt-0 against the Freshmen. 

The second quarter was hardly under 
way when a forward pass gave Willis- 
ton her third touchdown, and the goal 
was kicked. The Freshmen were lirst 
heard from in the last part of the period, 
when Grayson lolOTOOptod I forw.H'l 
pass on his own 25 yard line and ran 7"» 
yards for a touchdown. The half end- 
ed 1B-7. 

The second half showed that the 
Freshmen had the famous Aggie light- 
ing spirit, aud could dioplaygrii against 
odds. Although Sargent, who ha« been 
■tarring all the season. had been, rippled 
la the second quarter. VfllUotan wa» 
held scorelesa, while 1I0- I 1.0. 
men gained -even ,h.im- lio- 

Freshman touchdown cEnsl whoa a 
Wlllistun kick was liitercepte.l and the 
ball secured ..uly a few yat 
line. The DM held unn! ttM fOtffth 
down, when BeaU caughl a beautiful 
forward behind the goal DO 
Throughout the remainder ot (he game 
neither tesm scored. although WiUuii.n 
came dangerously near lo il several 

time*. 

The came WS» plll>e.| ..11 I he ..l.i I 
ity field, and a bjtga nnml.ei we. 
hand to t*he«r the FMOkO Willis- 

ion brought a ei»wil of r.M.iei» from 
Kaalhsmptonby anto 

v, 1 . > BjaMum 

Real*. 1 1 



ye g|gk inn 

SPECIAL SUNDAY SUPPERS 

Home-made 

WAFFLES, PIE AND ICE CREAM 

Open every night till 11 P. M. 

THE NEW M. A. C. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurers Office $1.00 
LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 



Deuel's Drug Store 



ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORDS 



Kodaks and Supplies 



Fountain Pens 



Mudgetl. H 
r help*. I u 
Hardy, c 
Lewta, r g 
Mnhor, r 1 
Ornysoo. r • 
Tarplain, «i b 
tflberaa.l h b 
Davis, r h b 
I .a tour, f h 






e year'a standing beliered. 



1 1 1 lleeai 

Will l»l>-v 

r e. ( Hff»«rd 

I l. Powell 

I 1, Hum lie Is 

c, tiraves 

r e, ifcoirgoc 

I t. |4UI »' 

1 , « • HUN 

•l 1>, Waierus 
1 b b. Fu|n#r 
r h b, Wehncr 
f b. L. Smith 
^o^—Wllitoinn IP, H. A. C, Fresh- 
men 14, funehdown*— Hrayson, Heal*. 
Fulner 1. I Bmilk. g»«i« fr..m too 
downa— finymtn t, (ilfTorrL 

The dairy departmenl ha» appointed 
as anassociaie profr«n»r. II F .indkins 
rf ihe Iowa !*istc Agrlcaltural * 
Jndkina «• a graduate ..l New ILmu|. 
sblre mate Ootiagt H« aflafwajd 
ipeni a year a» loaUUcfOt »< '!>•* ( '»"- 
ueetieHi Agrlrnltnral College farm. 
He has !M»cn »« S me« as asaociate pro 
re«»,. 1 hi dairy manufacture!. He or- 
ganised the work of ibe two year men 
there. 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

NORTHAMPTON 



BECKMAN'S 
Candies and Ioe Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

LNDI- PROCTOR COMPAN 
Institution Cooking Apparatus 

86 WASHINGTON ST. 



Manufacturers 
of 




SOSTON 



Batchelder & Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AND POULTRY DHESSKKS 

wH«»i.«*ia»wi v 

, Mutton. Lamb, Veal. Pork. Mama. Baton. S*u- 
sagea. Poultry, (lame. Butter. Ctseweo. 
Eggs, Offvo OH*. 



Black •• ...rth and Jfofth ' "reefa, 

BOSTON. .... flA*5. 



I66rtl6l0f 

Dealer in Fer i and Pi 



IIK.t.lNft (17 



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Carntn-lar S Marahowof, 

PRINTERS- 

No t, Cook 



t 



The M^rhHsetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 12, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 12, 1919. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLUflM 

Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chuaetta Agricultural College. 

BOARD OF EDITORS . 

..otKHi'MAP,^^. K (lltoHn-n.U.f 
JOBII a. rutlOH) «». Managua KiHim 



ASSOCMATK Editomb. 

(JltoUOK II. Wool.W-ARU •«». 
(iK.iKOK. W. IMA* "-'• 

Koaamt L. Jnaaa '-'i 

I.VWHKVK P. MUUIN 1M 

KKXSKTII A. lUKNAItl. a 

H.M.uu w. SmtM "-'•- , 

HK-I.I'IM. r. .IA< KHOS 2"-' 



life Te drop Into Deuel's drug «t«> r ** ** 
nil ,st any hour of the .lay one would 
think thai the aforementioned bovine 
played abool as important a part in 
their selfsatislied lives as the cheeks 
lioin lather. 

Can you Imagine the Amherst stu- 
dent body thriving en ■ bfaaklaal of 
nb redded Greek and soft boiled Latin 
poetry: a liiiiflie.ni of wild Virgil with 
t realises of Oser's faille Wars; a din- 
ner of Demosthenes soup, hot roast Al- 

i .-•., iitvikiiiiiiM and Dioirenes 
exanuer s invasions ■»•**■ - 

podding V Neither can we. 

On behalt of the Aggie student body 

we award hi the Amherst Kieslimen the 

hand knitted button hook. If ' 1, *' ir 

stunt mm fanny we hope that nothing 

sad ever happens in iheir >oiing lives. 

K. .1. II. 



. growing in the student body. 
The College is instituted by the Corn- 
.nonweallh and the only lawful restrict- 
ions that can he imposed on any student 
are that he obey the laws of the Com- 
monweal! h and maintain his scholastic 
standing at a grade fixed by the faculty. 
All other restrictions are voluntary 
suffered. Customs which have grown 
with the college, such as wearing coats 
in chapel, allowing classes to pass out 



that it draws them together as a class 
and allows Ihem to recognize those 
students with whom they will be in con- 
tract for four years and to become ac- 
quainted as quickly as possible. It 
might he wise if in the future, the first 
year students of the two year course 
adopt some "visible distinction" but 
the necessity and desirability of it for 
l his year is practically past. 
There should be no division by groups 



in ehaoel allow UK ciassc m h»= * — ■ , 



HlSI.NKSS DKI'AHTMRNT. 

' . .„....„ ..„ A (l«ertt*lngManaKer 

tiKOKOK A SMI I" -"• ■ „„. 

innn L. «*» -n. ctrealattanllaaagar 
gvanarr c. »*»* - 1 
gonsai m. i.in'H^' - 

"stTl^cription *2.00 per year. Single 
conies. 10 cents. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

I„ case of change of address sub- 
.crlbers will please notify the buattiea. 
manager as soon as possible. 

Z^ MMM ,*M m»tf r.tt... *a*«Btt 
F r Z , lt ,„„ B . »e». W r.„ in .e-. on USE. *« 

,,f ,i,.|..n.r.i«: aataartaai a— a***— ■ 

On To Springfield! 

once more we are to invade .he city 
,., spri.u£tield.n.:..ehnp.o.he football 

rteld. amlehee. our ^"'«££ 
For the Orsl llBM since the fall of l»tu. 
we may have the opportunity to snake- 

i ,«» tta* main street and light 
dance down me mam 

,,„. riMMi-dra. for them, in audition 
\ UK le nlnht Is hein« planned for one ..f 

I lie I heal fit. 

You man ol the Lotraf c lasses do not 
kBO w, or real!*., what an event neat 
Saturday will he in >..ur .-..liege life. 
Ii u one of the hljjgesi days of l he year. 
I, u a day when yon take a vacation 
,,,.,„ allege routine and widen yoor 
Plrr ,e of acquaintances. U glw. you 
another side of collage 1"« wh,ch l " 
.are to stimolaw loyalty and a feeling 
^ cJrtM!r comrade.bip. it h». always 
bees inaewtoin for every last living 
otIuh lbs aawnua to make I bat trip 

and we are gol»« to llf • tt P to our ™ pU * 
ia*io« The whole student body 1* Bo- 
l M d.«wn intent on winning that game 
Mialnat ..ur aW ri*al». We ara going lo 
fca.eaSopleee bandhsckedbyallthe 
.ptrit and enih«.ia«m of an old time 
AMieewwd. Can any rf you undeT^ 

B radnata» laatat »*■ M*P«i »* ««* ■ 
Ami* fh» entire «Mideni l»ody bt going 
down there determined to win and to 
back the leaui to ike last ruan. 



hers of the faculty should be followed 

l.v (,11 as a matter of courtesy. The 
rules governing freshmen are well 
founded and generally advisable but 
the retention is not due to the old idea 
that a freshman should undergo a long 
period of taxing, however desirable 
that may have been, but lo the fact 



enl should be eligible for membership 




At the football gnaw Saturday the 
^tmrmi Fwbmen pulled off nonia- 

,iiw i««r. ^ ,h " ,,li> ; , 'i™,! 

tn« inmaiMi of the tterrkdi S*wl think 
they are «AHE RlTthst doe*,, t prove 
»nvih>ng I 1" a hurlr« ( ue perh.ru.at.re 

Utircwn ih» *» lw ,hr » rarr ' ed B ,,a "- 
-3Ii«i-i>m>o Agile?" 

We full W •"* wb«r« the humur was 
Ml , fl ,««H, • f.«»tbaH «■■» «»' n "' Wm ' 
1„» D They B««i b« worrying aiH.ut 
M ' of .hev never would have thought ol 
| B ,r««i««H«,B anything »«««" '^ ww*ly 

alwnt Aggl*. 

ibiwever, we don "t mind ii. nut why 
t.mfi,,,,, .he po-it hHtuite^ ,,mt Tfce 
tin m .indei.»» evWemly do not 



Mi 



realiw whal mm 



nnimrrant i.Mrt (he In j f nru u y 
iftMm play* la »helr «das»iral j ltmii 



COMMUNICATION 

I'h e Kdilor of Massachusetts 

Coi.I.koian. 
Dear Sir: 
With the last iwo sentences <d the 

editorial "Tlie T«o Year Men' in the 

lasne rd Hot. •*>. WW, everyone must be 
in accord, Ii »• eartnialj I »>i«al 

ill., I as lame a min.i.ei .,! I lie I oliiuioil- 

wealih's agrienltnral pofuintton as 

possible be enabled t..se.uie up lo date 
seieniilic ilata wih regard to lion 
business. To set I he si aiulal d ..I admis- 
shMi as blgfa as I he loin year course 
WiiUld nnd..uhie.ll> he uuadvisable as 
many who ha\e not heen able to take 
advantage ol the educational opportun- 
ities, ihruno laull of their own would 
be barred. Il is to he noted that the 
college strongly ie< minuends the com- 
pletion oi ■ btgb school coarse. l» ta 

tine that plant] <d *ork should be 
Kiven bul may I hat not l»e safely left in 
the hands of the faculty. 

With other pari* of the editorial there 
may lie serious and honest differences 
of opinion. It is the general impression 
throughout Ik* I ounnoiiwealth thai 
the College was founded, and is sus- 
tained by the state for the primary pur- 
pOM of 'rahdng agrieuliural standards 
and Hot for ihe .xehisise helielit of any 
groiiiw of students. The proposition 
that there should bw Iwo separate fac- 
ulties is not well taken. Each and 
every stndenl Is entitled lo ihe be*t thai 
is obtainable ahum the leaching end. 
If two faculties were maintained one 
group would be likely to suffer. In 
this connection ll rsoodo ub l a hard- 
ship for the four year men to 1m? with- 
out the services of any department, if 
such be the case. It. however' should 
ti.it 1** forgotten that many of the two 
year men at present In the eoUege 
wunld be taking the tour year course 
hail they not b*<n In terviee, 

If the two vear course Is a permanent 
fixture which the editorial hope* It will 
be, an enlarged faculty will doubtless 
be provided allowing for more special- 
Gallon, Many of the faculty at Harvard 
have given eoofse* in the Extension 
work in Bo*ion,p«fe*aars M Dartwonth 
College hi« given courses in both the 
college and the Tnek School and In the 
college and the Tlumi tenant* At 
Boston CiiHers'Mx School of Law the 
Mean, in addition u, retaining his 
private practice has given lectures ai M, 
J, T.. oilier professors have given courses 
in Votthcasierii College and owe pfofe*« 
iOT divided his tiuie het ween the BufttOB 
rniverslty and f olumbia Cniversiiy. 
In none of these ea^ wa* there nay 
criticism that any student was rw- 

gleeted. SrUf,t>r trill Ihfrr »*»' '<» M, I 

i,,f,i aajfentaf m pp r o$tH»tltm «"' <•«>•!> 




A HIGHER IDEAL 

There would be no advantage in de- 
voting the most valuable years of one's 
life to gain knowledge and experience, 
if greater possibilities and achievements 
were not forthcoming. 

Il is then proper to assume that be- 
cause of his exceptional scientific train- 
ing the agrieuliural college man Is pro- 
gressive, well advised in the most mod- 
em dairy practices and the methods 
that ate likely t.. make dairying the 
most profit able. 

You know that profitable dairy pro- 
duct ion cannot succeed without cleanli- 
ness, and you should also know thai 



Confidence in one's clothier is a 
necessity to *easy manners. 

We "make to fit**, not "to measure". 

A most complete slock of clothes 
for formal functions. Kvening suits 
and cutaways of the world's best 
woolens at half the fine t lilor's fee. 

* /J tinea <\; money luitk, 

SmcUI ••Sh*aalaS Ssrriee" 
for •rders ky asaU. 

EtooBM Pest Company 



C/eaner .md C/ejnst. 



is.apaple of maintaininn a cleanliness 
that is productive of Ihe highest quality 
dairy products, because It Is need for 
thorough and sanilary cleaning by all 
Agricultural Colleges in the United 
Slates and Canada. 



I.. .ii.ni in rirH* 



Broadway 
at 18th Si. 

Hroadway 
at Waiteii 



Tha 

Kour 

Corners" 

kiw tfoag an 



Hroadway 
at 84th St. 

Fifth Ave 

at 41s! St. 




Ask your supply 
man to lilt your 
order. Il cleans 
clean. 



In evert l>ktt 



It,.. ,i B Kord Co., Sole Mnlrs. Wysn 

dolte. Mich 




i,f Ihr \,rt,\,r, mje, 

to see any reason for Indignation 



How do we continue to have the most 
envied clothing business in Amherst P 

Oh, simply by continuing to tailor our 
clothes in our usual unusual way! 



'aUored by a Tailo 

tin* i nst u h ailed l)\ a Retailor 




RIGHT NOW 



You should contemplate buying your fall heeds. Let the 
"House of WuUli" Unknot Your Knotty Knotting ProbleniH. 
Diettinctive Cravats in Exclusive Designs. 



in every general college fraternity, 
whether national or local, and for niein- 
hernhip on varsity athletic teams and 
non-athletic clubs. A student may 
not be able to join a fraternity by reason 
id belonging to another and the chapter 
iloes not have to bid any man unless 
[ hey wish lo do so. The one year rule 
would eliminate most Iwo year men 
innn athletic teams and the three year 
rule night eliminate others. 

The thing for every student in the 
collage to do is to gel together and pull 
lor M A. C Make it the best college 
in the eoiintty. If the two year men 
get Ihe college spirit while hcnihey 
will go out and boost the Collage and 
inasmuch m the greater majority are 
likely lo locate in Massachusetts there 
will he each year an Increasing 
number of Intelligent wrtera interested 
m seeing that the (ieneial Court does 
the right thing bf Ihe college in the 
mailer of appropriation*. 

Very I ml J >oiii>. 

H. I. A. 
\\yi\ Short Coarse. 



(HEM. CLUB ORGANIZES, 

NEXT MEETING NOV. 20 

Intereeting Talk Given By Veterane 
Of Chemical Warfare Service. 

\ not her one of the old col lege clubs 
tiue back whb a slnH last Thursday 
evening, when all of Ihe Moderns i tiler- 
.-ted in chemistry met In ihe lal»oratory 
■■• reorganise the old Chemistry Club. 
The meeting was originally scheduled 
inrtbe deparimenl library, but due to 
the exceedingly large crowd present 
the scene of action was shifted to the 
junior lecture room 

The meeting was .ailed to order by 
II Herman '30, acting chairman, the 
rii in a its of the laal meeting were read 
and the election of ofheers for the year 
enmed. The following were eleeted; 
President, A. I.. Krelllch ";S0. vicepreaU 
iieni I r. Preston *gl, aecreiary, Ml*« 
II Ii. Millard '20, treasurer, Y K /.ei 
! '21. chairman of the Social com* 
wiiiBa, Ii. W. Edman 21, 

Following the busiuens meeting short 
iiika were gtved by men who had act- 
ually aoeo read aerviea la the chemical 
I* nit while itt France. Fellown »l, read 
a very loterealing arilcle from the ' hr,„i 
luttrnal entitled 'The Chemical 
Laboratory as a puhlleiiy Aaenl," 
Krelllch followed with* an interesting 
narration of bis work with ihe Chemi- 
cal Unit over accross, giving In detail 
'ii-- various stages of advancement in 
tin- nana at gwea that he personally 
aiineaaed, 

Afresh meats wen served In the 
(' tin of elder and crullers. A meeting 
* is announced for Thursday. Vov . 20. 
»i which time ao e^en larger attend- 
*■ « ii expected than at this the Brat 
iryanixed get-fcef eatber, 

the Undergraduate Council of th» 
»ersity of 1'enosylvanla has adopt- 
in* for Ihe wearing of an "Activity 
■ in" by the members of the F"reah- 
efgaa. In order to be eligible a 
an»a mast be «»ut for one or more of the 
• tic activities or publications, or 
■ff't* naaclasa ofheer or chairman of 
ii if the class committees. 



CAMPUS NOTES 

Frank Parks ex-'22. who is now at 
Harvard, was on the compus over the 
week-end. 

Frank F. Mulchings '00, who wso> ic 
eently discharged from the service, 
flatted old scenes this week-end. 

Alva A. A gee, secretary of agriculture 
In the state Of Xew Jersey, will be the 
speaker in assembly Nov, IB. He was 
formerly Dean of the New Jersey Stale 
College of Agriculture. 

Arthur Center es-"20, took in the 
informal .Saturday. 

Prof, i.oek wood devoted hunda> alter- 
inioii to explanation of modem 
dairy eoulpruenl loi ihebciictii ol Lieu- 
tenants l/imbtiam and Trulsou. who are 
soon to id urn to Frame as niciitliers of i 
the ( 'ominUhioti for the Hehahilialion of 

t he devaatated ereaa. 

.lames belaud '22, is couliiicd lo ihe 
i nlii inury wiib ihe chicken p<«\. 

bed Ooabj in. wa» pieseiil ai the 
iuforrual. 

Social union program cominitiee. con- 
sisting of Mean Lewis, Secreiaiy Walls. 
Tiaaiurar Kenuey, <■. M Campbell '90 
aud J. J. McCarthy "21. held a meeting 
lasl Thursday evening. The Social 
union program, as partially arranged. 
was voted upon. Several musical con- 
ceits have been already arranged aa 
well aa an extra special Prom conceil. 
Negotiations are being carried on for 
the services of Lebmd Powers ihe fa- 
mous humorist. Movies will be held 
this year as bcioic. The complete pro- 
gram will be announced later. 

Animal Huabandry Movira. 

The Animal Husbandry tilth will hold 
a meeting la Stock bridge Hall YYednen- 
day evening, Nov. 12 at 7-40. .).«•. Wat- 
son of Brandon, Vt ., the secretary of the 
Ayrshire Breeders Association will lie 
the speaker and will show motion pic- 
tures of Ayrshire rai tie. Kvery one is 
cordially invited and the meeting should 
be a very lata raiting one. The club is 
looking for an even larger attendance 
than at the last meeting. 

Landscape Club Started. 

On Tuesday, Nov, 4, the landscape 
Hardening clnb was organiced and plans 
made for the year. Ofnlccn* were 
eleeted aa billows: President, \ I 
lloyce; vice-president, W. H. Peckham: 
secretary and treasurer. Miss M. K. 
Farley. A program eommltiee of 
dough, Clarrldgr. and lierrlck was alno 
elected, A short discussion followed 
concerning future meeting*. Mies 
Karley famished fudge for the seen- 
moil. The neat meeting will be held 
Tuesday, Nov, l« when Professor Waugh 
will speak. All •indents Interesied In 
landscape gardenfBg era 1 n vl«ed to ha 
present, 

Detroit Conference. 

At a special meeting held Sunday, 
the f, M, C, A. cab net appoinied John 

A. t'rawftird *20 to represenl the \«so<t- 
ation at the International < on vent ton 
of the Y M. I t..to he held at Detroit, 
Nov IK to 3$, William A. Luce was 
elected as aBaliernatc 



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Come down to Holyoke aud see our 
big store. 



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The un.su i passed eating hott* * tir u eVggie M imn and iheir friends. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS 



M rs. J. K. W. Dit ven port 



Pleasant St., 



'lit.— John Vickcri bat »pent thesiim* 
mer and earl> bill tratelinir throughout 
the Western «ia!e« He U now In the 
Spokane vailev. 



College Candy Kitchen 



THE PLACE TO GIT 



Home-made 



UXKUH 



and Confections 



MADE DAILY- 



PURE AND FRESH CHOCOLATES 
Creams and Biscuit centers 



FRUITS 



NUTS 



Cream Caramels and Taffies 



AT THE FOUNTAIN 



DELICIOUS HOT 



Main 



WITH WHITPED CREAM 



i 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 12, 1919. 







FRUIT SHOW TO BE GIVEN 

BY POMOLOGY CLUB 

Bntrie. Kay »• *»*« U * t0 De " 
cexnber First. 

Tbe Pomology Club U planutug to 
hold the annual Senior Fruit Show, on 
member 5,6 and 7 this year for the 
flmt time .Iocs the war. The .how has 
„ 8 uallv been Riven by thoae majoiinK 
| B Pomology, but owing to the large 
number of students interested la the 
subject this year it was decided,., bob 
a bigger show with the co-opera..".. O 

i M.|i it is hoped that 

the Pomology Club, it >» n«i 

French Hall may*, be obtained for thw 
purpoM, and that a large number of the 
The student- w«n exhibit. Fruit may 
be .eat to the Pomology Department to 
,he .how any time before December 
„ re t and will be put in cold »«*•«• un- 
til the day of the .bow. It !■ P>«»"*" 1 
u , K |ve three .etsof prise* consisting 
of ribbons, for the Faculty. M"«len. an. 

,;rower entries. The UorttcuHu ,1 

Manufacture". Department will »to» 

make ...exhibit, and II is hoped to have 

«xuiblta from the Floriculture and 

Market t.aideniug Departments a. 

well Orchard took, .mpleme-.l- and 

equip*.-! will be shown H.U room 
1>erill ,uameeh.nlcal«r.derwilll,c-' 

up and operated. Any srndeut* who 
R re interested In the show or know 
auy ,.ne who might exhibit are urged «» 
£, Pr«»f. Sear s or <i.B- Woodwa rd *>• 

COLLEGE TO SEND DELEGATES 
TO Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION 

light Repr^eotuUeea Blected to O.t 
Idea, on World Movement. 



•BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

And other good ttatnits to eat. 

MRS. U. M. STEBBINS 

Middle Street. (Tel. Mft-W) lUdlej. Sw. 



<f 



PLAZA 

Northampton . • Maw. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the Be.t 

I PHOTO-PLAY 



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• ■ • 



Ave shown. 

Program ch.n..* e.Ujr •"•** Hmm '* 7 

and Taetdny . 

HSKI.'K I'. HKI.MONT. Manage.. 



S. S. HYDE 

13 t*l«*a»iit MNM 



Oculists' Prescriptions filled 

Bioken Lenses Aeciratelf Replaced 

Fine Watci Repairiil 

Promptly lid Skilfully Due 

tM.t.»f.**tton «iuai»nt«e4 

No Matter 

How Perfect 
Your Attire 

Footwear i* Correct 



Don't smash your bank account when you buy your 
clothes. Of course good clothes are high in pr.ee and 
hard to get. Ifs up to you to see that you get the best 
possible for your money, and we are in a pos«,o» to help 
vo„ You will do yourself an injusfce .1 you don t g.ve 
' our ' 8 ,ock the once-over before spending your money. 

Corduroy Vests Wool Vests 

Heather Wool Sox and Golf Hose, Contertlole Collared Shirts 

Hart Schafiner & Marx Ready Clothes 

F. M- THOMPSON & SON 



ALUMNI NEWS 

Even on tbe far off .bore, of the Pa- 
ri tic Aggie alumni did not fail to gather 
on that memorable evening of Oct. 25. 
The banquet was held in Los AngeleB 
and was the center of attraction for 
Aggie men in the western section of 
i he country. The following 13 were 
present: (). F. Casey, 7711 Norton Ave.. 
Hollywood, Cal.: C. U. Griitiu '04, 
Kaale Hock, Cal.; L. F. Iloruer '91, San 
Peril... Cal.; Philip W. Brooks 'OS, Los 
Angeles Trust and .Savings Bldg., Los 
\ngeles, Cal.; Austin W. Morrill '00, 
\rixona; W. L. Curtis '07, 1264 West 2d 
St., Los Angeles, Cal.; C. F. Palmer'97, 
n i22 Bushnell Ave., .South Pasadena, 
Cal,; Balpb S. Smith, Lob Angeles.Cal.; 



N. D. Ingham '14. Hollywood, Cal.; 
Robert B. Collins '19; F. B. Hills '12, 
Peterboro, N. H.; Howard M. Butter- 
field, Amherst; B. F. Damon '10. Onta- 
rio, Cal. 

K. F. Damon reporting on the meeting 
writes: "We had quite a gathering 
some 3500 miles from the old campus 
and in spite of the fact thatlSwere pres- 
ent things went off without a bitch. 
Before tbe meetiug 1 had met very few 
of those present but from now on I hope 
to manufacture time enough to see 
them often. We were fortunate in 
having A. W. Morrill '00. of Arizona, F. 
B. Hills '12, of Peterboro, U, H. and 
Howard Butterfield of AmherBt with 
us— all three just happened into town 




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Hgfcl WMBbersof the MiMlen. I IhhIj- 

to « I*.. ti..ud ««.«.,*«««»« iU * vtA ' 

, e ge»ltbe W-le-t V«l«nt«r <-„»v«. 

Ian 4 *»SBSi Mai-n K. Karley 2» 
„„|Vb.la * ( ..meron 22 will r,,.., 
„„■ the women .ewl.ne*. J«n*a t. 
Lta -ao, Stewart P. Hal* -belder N, 
, lM,nald Kendall 21. Harold P-le 21, 
lod Frederick V.Waugb '22, .heme- 
of the regular college e»un*, while 
■L«*r »«y will represent the .!»»«- 
^SU indent* The* delegate, haie 

SLp, fro* « -—H-' ■* ««lld.e«. 
?tU psstlbls .bat a f»reig« •«»«ent 

will alio b« •«**• 
The Student Volunteer r..»»ent."i» l» 

the bwa«H ulUilenl galbering in »!»«? 

wrid U OrtlMrtU H !* held e«r, four 

folhe«r. The attendance this year 

„„ be «b«.r W* «*f«* i*f 

ndents •**! t8§0 faeullj members, 

SrtrtJs. Af-nelatb.n M-rretarle.. and 

tb«arepr«e.,u,g 1 ,,.rl,^ry^lege 

t0 ibe United IHal« «ad Cw^i, ■• 
l^t, « T l-ilwelmi. hi ta«iW 

^ f**P^ ^ th « C«««*toa ..to 
J b»tor.tbe.tBdeei.o« Amenca the 

I^tatogy a-d lnitwtlo.,.1 rH«e...na. 
5^5 PWB r.™ - *»" <l, | r, - ,i f n 

M »e«iany ib« * orrt »" P««««- ' ■■ 
?£m panted are.be lm-t «■ «-« 
^rld,.nd.r,p.^.««i»'y^««'7 

taodaneea. eW. convention ««"«*« 
m««ta»ilB« and inspiring eapenem*. 
L";TJ.begrea.e,tpriU,eges,ha, ever 

MSN lo a t tndent. 

■m^MWn'fW .HUbecampu-rc 
i ,4»r wiail He ha* been 
woikinu ■»«» »cb mood. > a 



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.ntUhpfl Ml 

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l\ W D C Pipes men relax, fagged brains are relieved. 
The specially seasoned genuine French briar breaks in tWMl 
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The M^rhasetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 12, |919. 



and were received with open arms. 

We were especially sorry that Williwd 
Munsuii couldn't be with us 00 Satur- 
day iii-ihl, but we tried our 
In in justice the 



Walker, K. B. Snell '03, h. W, Harvey 
'08 8 H. Ferria'l", X. V. Ulanpied 16, 
U. !S. fooley '14, <4. A. Mallett 12. 
Ml soiufs were aiing. the real old Aggie 



noon wheu six of us bad an informal 
lunch with him at the Clark and 
heard his report. Needless to say we 
were all interested and to the last rnau 
we will all support the Memorial Bulld- 
iiii: to the limit. 

We tried to show Bill a small part of 
Southern California but he was in such 
a hurry to get away that we didn't have 
quarter time enough. We have decided 
to hold a dinner in Los Angeles at least 
once a year from now on. I want par- 
ticularly to get ill touch with some of 
the men who didn't come and show 
them the spirit tbatM.A.C. men have." 
A report has been received of the 
Alumni meeting held in Bridgeport, on 
Oct, 25: "We had quite a royal dinner 
party at the Hotel StratlieM Saturday 
evening. The following were present: 
H. J. Struck 12, It. K. < lapp 12, I* A. 
Bevau 'IS, S. C. Johnson 'IP, It. P« 



61 LAVAL 

Efficiency 



The l»e Laval < ream **!*'*»•" »• t h «* u, "" t 
eftl, lent Dinni of nomratlnif cream from 
milk. It »k litis to a trace, not only under 
Ideal tondltlnna. M under i.r.ltiiarj farm 
conditions. 

Ttie IN? baVBl !■ efficient because >*«■ 
forty reanV Mtpertenee In uianufai ■turtnir 
MM ... iterators h»e brought out the beet 
construction In every detail. That I. ■*• 
the lie Laval skims cloee. turns ras> and 
handle* the milk and cream uulcklr. 

The l»* I*val service »" ■*• efficient. 
Il„...wtnd* of scents and salesmen ars ee- 
lectrd for their al.llit* t.. tflve Intelllacnt 
and iironiirt separator service. 

More Ini Latals In use th«t of all other 
■nuke* ■ . • 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 •• < 1 



far farther imfaraaartee. see tka 
local 0e Laval aaeat. er writ* la 
tka aaaraet Da Laval effice. 



THE DE LAVAL SEFARATOR COMPANY 



Lean good to be there. We believe 
this Alumni Night should be eontinucd 
every year. It makes fellows think of 
tbe old college and it ties us together. 
1 know positively that it will bring more 
alumni back to visit old Aggie because 
their luterest is renewed and they want 
to see the changes that they have heard 
about. We are going to meet between 
here and New Haven every three 
months and keep in touch with each 
other in the meantime," 

ie00 Class Notice. 
O.i Sept. 27. the 'W men around 
Boston were called together at the 
i/iii.uyHotel.whereasmall but pleasant 
reunion was held. Before adjourning 
(boa* present thought it was time that 
the class had another elass letter and 
that the matter of a elass reunion should 
be taken up. As the class aeere 
,ary had expressed a desire of; 
hclDg relieved of his position, S. S. 
(rassman was elected temporary secre- 
tary until ihe class has a reunion and 
appoints a permanent one. The follow- 
ing were present at the meeting; Hub 
bard, Caffrey, White, Fulton, Hmulyan 
and Croaaroan. Claaa aecrelary'a ad- 
draeeS.rJ.Croaaman, 17 Highland Ave. 
Melrose Highlands. 

>tl.— 6. H. Parsons is Associate I'bys- 
Uist, Bureau of Standar.ls and ia in 
rharge of the invesligalion of ra.lial-.i-. 
for aircraft engines. Ills prcc..t 
address is 1H4:1 Calverl St.. Washing- 
urn, D. C. 

17. -K. S. Dutlill is In the ll-.rist N* 
ill, -mm In Bl.M.klwie 



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AMHERST VARIETY STOIE 



NOTIOM 

J. H T10TT, 



RESOLUTIONS 

irA-erra*. it baa pleaaed t.-,d in bis 
infinite wisdom to summon !■*■ our 
midst our beloved brother, Patricks P 
l ardiuof iheclaasof ln» of the Maeea- 
ehusctts Auricultural ( ollene. be it. 

Keso/red. thai we. the members ol 
the <> I V. Fraternity, extend the 
deepeal aympalby lo the l*reavod 
family ; and be it further, 

fteaofrerl. tbal the Fraternity l.«ea a 
true and loyal brother; and It It 
further, 

■j.iT-y" »*'•>> «•« "'" ■**•**• 

lion* beeenl to our lale brothers fam- 
Hy, and that they be spread on lb» 
Kenml, wf tbe Fraternity, and that 
,bey be pnbliahrd in the MassachueelU 
COLI.EOIAX- 

F..r the Fraternity, 

{liAttl.r* M. lW.AItllMAB. 
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Atnfamt, Meet. 




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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, November 19, 1919. 



No. 8 



GOOD CHANCE OF M. A. C. 
VICTORY OVER TUFTS 

Annual Clash will See Two Strong 
Elevens in Fast Game. 

Tbe annual Aggie football clastdc, 
that much talked of and anticipated 
gridiron battle with Tufts on Alumni 
Field Sauir.hiv afternoon pwmb l M to 
be all that any former M. A. c. fafta 
mix ever was and then aome, i>> virtue 
of eertaln features and eottdtiloM 
which aeern detiined to make tbia year'a 
game the beat ever. Tbla game marki 
the resumption of football relation* 
with ihe Mf<li..nl college after a layoff 
of three year* due tot tie war; it will he 
tbe cloaing contest of M. A. C.'s sched- 
ule; itli lo be played at borne f.»r tbe 
lirat lime; and Aggle'a chances of win- 
ning look to be very got»d. belter than 
foraomeyeara in fact, and thie despite 
ill.- fact that Tofta U rated high tbia 
seaaon In Inlereolieglale football elrelea. 

rosi.-h Wbelan'a onlflt, off •» ft pool 
•tart, bad a reorganization and rebirth 
following tbe Yale game, and baa de- 
veloped wonderfully of late. The Brown 
and Bine will bring up a gnat team 
with a creditable record against greatly 
.tupertor elevens. Their aeMon began 
one week after oura and I beir llrat game, 
with .Springfield waa a victory for the 
latter. Norwich succumbed tbe fol- 
lowing week In a dote game and then 
on tbe lollowlnu .Saturday the "Hill" 
teas waa awamped by Vale 87-0. The 




TUFTS vs. M.A. C. 

ALUMNI FIELD, AMHERST 

Saturday, Nov. 22 at 2 P. M. 

GENERAL ADMISSION, $1.00 



Alumni ! Let's plan on being there 100 per cent, strong to back "Old 

Aggie" against her time honored Medford rival. Tickets and 

information from C. S. rlkrks, General Manager 

Athletics, Amherst, Mass. 



Oct. 4 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 25 
Nov, 1 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 15 



HOW BOTH HAVE FARED TO DATE 

M. A. C. 15, G* A. C 7 
M. A. C. 7, Dartmouth 27 
M. A. C. 27, W. P. I. 
M. A. C. 25, U. of V. 
M. A. C. 7, N. H. State 9 
M. A. c 19, R. I. State 11 
M. A. C. w, SpringfMd 



Tufts 6, Springfield 7 
Tufts 9, NorwicJi 7 
Tufts 0, Yale 37 
Tufts U, West Point 24 
lulls 7, U.of Detroit 3 
Tufts 0, Harvard 23 



A. I* Poicn, Qnarterbaek— Captain. 

nest week agalnat treat Point, the A run 
attnaplad to hold Tnfta with their 
aeeond string team, and, forced to call 
upon their vanity In ibe aeeond half. 
thoy were lucky to gat away with a 
24-13 victory over the greater Boston 
lineup. Univeraity of Del rol I, nn beaten 
up until thai time, and heralded M 
one of the airongeat team* in the aid- 
<ile weat wa« forced to take the small 
[DeaMnaMd mi facet! 



M. A. C. TEAM FINISHES 

SIXTH IN N. E. I. C. A. A. 

Showi ng of Team up to Standard of 
Previoue Yeara. 

In the annual X. E. I. C. A. A. bill 
and ilale run, held in Franklin Park, 
Boston, Salurdiiv nmrning Ihe M.A I 
eroaa ecmuirr team flnlahed alath. The 
nhowing waa fair for tbe loam and wa» ( ' 
not Im>I»w the average of ■gaMfteWl 
gained by former Agile runner*. 

The raee atnrted at len.thiriy, with] 
Ideal weather condition*. A Held of 
tweire teama waa entered but »nlj nine 
lined up for the wblalle. The M. A. 0. 
team got a pooritart when the wblatle 
blew lieranae nf the jrt-cnllHr manner In 
wbleb the aignal wan giren. There waa 
no prallmlnary eommand before the 
wblatle waa blown. But tbe runner* 
were well niuapeil at the flrat tarn, 
Lyoaa, lirny »•«•' Itolllna, held them- 
nelvna In aclTH""' 1 a«atthva»lwf the flrat 
twu mllw. The middle blll.aaleop 
grade aimtlar to tbe poultry hill proved 
the *alue"f training and* condition* ror 
the team. UfOM had rooTed up lo alxtb 
place, nrsy r»o in the tenth iMmliinn. 
and the rent "f ihe team followed in 
atntna-oiii peattlom. 

Tbe la«t mil* ol the ra*e, which waa 
partly over ihaw«l out and partly over 
a ereabed alone straight away, plowed 
ground, provided keen competition for 
the pl»«-e«. Nightingale of New llamp- 
ihire pnll«l away from hla teammate, 
I^atb. and won by a margin of fifty 
yard*, MiMahon of M, I. T. edged pant 
Brown of WlUlama, for third place, 
{Contlnaed on paewti 



DEAN LEWIS GIVES STATUS 
AND SPIRIT OF ACTIVITIES 

Urgea Practice of Clean Alhletica. 

HikM an Appeal for a Large 

Crowd at Springfield. 

Dean l*ewia waa Ibe apeaker In in." h 
nig i-lia|M-l la«t Friday, and gave a very 
intereallna 'nlk on the pari id athl« 
In a ndlegr edm-aii»n. He aahllbat 
nlliletim were ju«l a* important in lltelr 
place mm atndiea In weiiring an eilm-a- 
tltui, but polntwl out tlie danger«d be- 
roining* either loo ohm h of an Hlhletn 
ami totally nealeeting aiudle* or of be- 
coming a grind and leaving ou. all social 
inten t.iirae. Xeitber extreme tmleBira- 
Site, be aabJ, bai both aldea of one** 
cbaracter nwt be developed to get a 
broad view on life. Every man mnai 
make bin own decisions a* to the med- 
ium be wi«bm to *irlke. but a trne 
wluratioii i» n eomld nation of the two 
in Iba right i f UBfU a WM, 

He i hen pointed out how much clean 
athletic* meant, and urged lite *u\ 
dnnia aa well a» the player* to !*• 
eleao in all Ibelr aetirttle* and mporta 
man-like In whaiever they undertook. 
With sijH'eial lattHlllia to tbe Mprina- 
fleld game he urged everyone to go and 
aawured everyone that they would never 
regwt and never furget It, 

When be finished he waa given a 
hearty applause and a good cheer by 
the at udeiit*. 



M. A. C. IN 0-0 TIE 

WITH SPRINGFIELD 

Against Heavy Odds Aggie Ootplays 
Old Rivals. 

For the hccoiiiI time in :i> manj uamea 

tbe anniiui M.A.c Springfield gama 
Bfidtd la ■ lie Ium Saiunla>. Three 
yeara ago eaak aida »»k aide to put 
aiLrmi a towebdowa, but thiH time 

neitliel team eoiild «eole and the game 
ended Willi both goal lilies unrlte*setl. 
Never *.i- e*ei> lt.nl ol a gridiron more 
hilteil) COaiaaled, ami never tlitl two 
tenia* ut-e iiiighlier phvsieal elTorls 

ami take on. it daring ehaacoi ti» arte 

ihantlid V«uii* ami ,S|.riimliel«l iluring 
ih.me »W mimileH of lulght.V attempt 

ilown on l*raii Itald. 

The wearer* at tbe Maroon and 
While were tigliting aualnat heavy odd* 
ami iltM'itfil to win it any team av#J 
did, lio-y Bwd Ihe aeii.il u.iine "f 
i ..at -h loll > m men hafHed at ewi\ 
lurii. they eoinpleled more forward 

paaaaa thaiaeelvwa, aad though heavily 

outweighed they made i wire iwi many 

hr»t ilown* M "f ' "li I ' 1 * •! val 7* 

itig their old »t) le plunging with an air 
attack thai hail ilo-ii opponent* baffled. 
Tbey eompleted nine forward pawn?* Iw 
a total gain ol M J artU. .»• against one 
eompleted 1»> B fW lw gUat el tor a kaai "'t 

three. More often were they within 
■o^ing dlataiiee, and one* a single atep 
..nttdde of the side line by the irrelver 
uf a forward pass waa all Ibat atood he- 




Kappa flamma Phi announces the 
pledging of Oliver l4tToar of Woreea- 
ter. 



W, 1.. «*«*oi»wi>, tenter. 

twees them and vfatatf. 

a«£orSpr4agftttd ihatrowaaad only 
ehaaaa to win eaa aa la te>a fitai ifcfee 

minute" They had advanced to M. A. 
I '■ «i yard tine, and after lieing ihree 
iinicti held m attempts lo gain through 
the line, f'npt. (Juiulnn at tempted m 
drop kiek. This fell far atvatl and a*]j 
once more dnring the enlire gartic »n» 
our goal limt i« danger, and here Jake- 
man punted out of danger l»e?orc the 
Continued M pee* f] 







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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 19, 1919. 



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TUFTS GAME PROSPECTS 

'Continued from itft getl 



end of the score, on Nov. 8, ami last 
Saturday la the stadium 'he Brown and 
Blue held Harvard to a margin ot 23 
points. 



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human effort to get anything of this 
nature by the Aggie defence. Spring- 
field completed one pass against us for 
a total Iush of three yards. The work 
of the line has Ween of high calibre all 
season against odds. Holmes and Mac- 
kintosh are hard men to pass on the 
defence anil King's interference and 
breaking up of formations has been a 
feature of nearly every game. Variety 
and versatility Of play and formation 
by a seasoned baektield seems to be 
Old Aggies best chance of victory in sev- 
eral years over their old time rivals. 
Capt. Pond and Lent are hard men to 
stop and good for long gains in a broken 
field. Lewaudowski iiud Jakeman 
carry ability for better than 60 yard 
punts, and will make Tufts step to 
handle their kicks. 



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Thursday 



Geraldine Farr»r and 
Milton Sillt in 

"The Stronger Vow" 

A modern drama of the 
Apache haunts of PariB. Bltr 
In theme-BfK In plot-Big In 
action-Big in everything. 

Pathe News Matt and Jen* 
Toplci of the Day 

Draw Comedy 



Friday 



Wallace Held. Ann Little 
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"The Man From Funeral 
ft 



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With Seel and Numeral*. 

Desk Calendar Pads 

Willi balance «.f WW and all of 1SS0. 
All kinds of 

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F. (Jhvvson, Right Kml. 

Tufts baa a heavy line and a fast, 
heavy, line plunging backfield en, 
posed of (Y.nnell and Thornton, halve*, 
McNamara, full, and Smith. ouart.i. 

This man Tborutoo. ea Urteraenoleef k 
star from SomarvMe, ha* lived ap Ua 
prep school reputation In his tref r«* 
Bedford aggregation, and has been per 
haps the most consistent ground gatac*. 
(apt. Beacbam and Barrel! are aterlmg 
linemen, and Sanford, formerly of Mod- 
ford High, haa shown up well a» an on- 
deraludy at end. Practically every man 
CM tbeteam has come up to Coach W he* 
l Ian with prep school training, many el 
tbem being from greater Beaton schools 
of recognised standing. 

Coach Welan, a Dartmouth grad, and 
coMb .t the lll!l College fur several 
years, haa had a lough proposition to 
face this season, but seems to have built 
up a winning team •* spite of It. Be 
haa equipped hit eleven with a wide 
variety of plays, line plunge* from 
fake formations and lateral passe*. 
Their line will probably u*e the Mln- 
>ts shift with some variations. 




Hv Ernest Wilkes. 
Deals with the adventures 
of a young prospectoi In the 
West who ts convicted or » 
crime of which he is inno- 
cent. It's thrilling! 

Pictotraph Fee-a-vU 

Comedy 



Bryant Washburn and 
Wanda Hawley in 

"The Gypsy TiaiT 

A sisirkllng society comedy. 
She wanted a cave-man. not a 
irass-salt-a dashing *«<*'. 
who would erf Hey, and 
away at dead o'nlgbt: 

Paths News Lloyd Comedy 
etb ep."Tna Carter Case" 

Irene Caatle, David PeweU 
and lobert Steele In 

"The Firing line" 

In s partf-Bpbert Chanton* 
famons novel come to life. 

A big. brilliant. rolorfal 
drama of life st gay P*ln» 
Beach - charming gowns — 
■llrrlng adventure- 




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K. 1*. II..IMM, I .eft Tackle. 

They line op at a-8Q as follows s 
m a. f. tofts. 

(irayson ,*re lc (iinsberg or Sanford 

Ki„'„ , t n , Beaeham (Capt.) 

Gray, r* •«. *»«•** 

Mackintosh, c c, Pryor or Kusso 

Goodwin or Delahunt.lg rg, Biordan 
Holmes, H rt. Bella* 

lUneell.ie re, Mneehia 

Pood (Capt,), qb .,b, smith 

Lewandowikl or Jakeman, rhb 

Jhb, Thornton 

Whlllle or Lent. Ihl. 

rlili, Connell or White 
Poole, fb "•. McNamara 



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Just what style of play Capt. Pond's 
team will nee on Saturday ngalnst the 
Invaders It la dlffh-ult to f€»reeast, but 
one thing Is certain; IBat the entire 
firsl mi will start the game in perfect 
physical condition. Whatever advan- 
tage Tufts has in weight will count Tor 
little, judging from the way the Maroon 
and White warriors held off the attacks 
of a much heavier learn at RprlnaTield 
ob Saturday, and if past performs aces 
atbtenWagnpfoTwanipaaaini can be 
taken as a fareoas* tt will take saner- j 



Croft, of Williams got flfih place. B1I1- 
Ingham of Hew Hampshire nosed out 
Lyons by laches after a long sprint. 
The New Hampshire learn finished 
■eves wen la the fife* seventeen, an I 
on usual showing. 

The M. A. C. team, of whom the oral 
first men eaaftted, finished as follows; 
Lyons, '«, si*th ; Gray, 'SI. twentieth ; 
Slate 'St t wen! v «i xt h ; H.dlinn. *B, 
twenty-seventh ; Carleton. *«Q, fortieth : 
West, *ai, forty-third; Crawford, *», 
fifty-third . 

This New Kngland championship race 
winds up one of Hie bardesl erose- 
conniry seasons that M. A. C. haa had. 
With a record of two wins and two 
defeats, and a creditable showing at fbe 
Boston run, the season is considered a 
Mot****, Prospects for the team neat 
year ar«- promising, with four of this 
tears team »* a nnelaua, and some ex- 
cellent material in the Freshman ctaaa. 



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FROSH WIND UP FOOTBALL 
SEASON WITH A VICTORY 



Suceeaaful Schedule Carried Out with 
Four Wins and One Defeat. 



The defeat of the Sophomores at the 
huniis of the Freshmen, Tuesday morn- 
ing, Nov. 11, by the score of 13-0, mark- 
ed the close of a very successful reason 
(or the 1928 gridraen. Under the in- 
fraction of Coach Arthur If, Md'artby 
*19, and with Capt. Kaymomi Uraynon 
at its head the team developed a scrap- 
ping and ground-gaining combination. 
Due to several slight injuries during 
the season and to the scholastic status 
id Mime of the players, the line-ups of 
noma of the different games hHve been 
more or leas varied. 

Four games were played with high 
I ml preparatory school elevens and In 
. brae 01 these as well as in the Bopfce- 
more game, which waa the boUdaj 
iiiraction on Armistice Day, HUM dem 
migrated Its ability to emerge the 
winner. Willlston, however, pfeocated 
I l.raod of football which, coupled with 
greater weight and speed, held the 
i ir«hmen at bay. In spite of the great 
Mi.dlcap the boys fought gamely MM 
at final whistle, and displayed a good 
Mirhiuk in the second half. 
Much credit Is due Coach ifcCatiliN 
lot the manner In which he haa devel* 
oped a team from the green malarial 
which reported to him last fall. 
Ii would be difficult to name any «• 
tional stars bul it can modestly be 
- aid that Capt. Grayson at end, Sargent 
halfback and Tsrplln at quarter, 
idled proficiency In their various 
irtments of the game. Davis l» a 
line-plunging back, while Wirth at 
.m.i. Hardy at center, and Mobor at 
m kit showed up well on the defense. 
I ..oklng at the team's record from all 
Mglea ii may be said, erHbout eaagger- 
!.. that the IBM Freshmen Football 
B has been a potent factor iu ath- 
letics at Aggie (his fall. 

The following Is the season's record 
■■t the team: 

UJUOSM «»ri> 
".i.ll. Monson Academy, 

at Monson, 57 

Oct.*, Brattleboro High, 

at Brattleboro. M 

Lffoe, 1. Anns Academy. 

at Amherst, M 

N..v. M. Wllllston Seminary, 

at Amherst. 14 

11. lOUvs. um, 

at Amherst, II 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Wkomhi.av, Nov, 111. 
tt-40 I*. M.— V. M. C, A. Meeting, Social 
Union booms*. S paak or.Pref. 
J. (i. Thompsoa of Amherst 
College. 

1-80 P. M,— Mandolin rial. U. •hears:.], 

Old Chapel. 
815 i'. m.— Basketball Practice, Drill 

Hall. 

THl'!i*liVY, Nov. M, 

fl-30 r. m.— lian.i Fraet Ice, Social Untoa 
Boobu 

7-Otl I". M.-lnteiiiaieiuiiy t'oiifeifiice, 

l*hi Slgmi Kappa 11. .use. 

7-15 t». M. — Cbeiiii«tiy t liih Meeting. 

chcmiKiry Laboratory. 

FltlflAY. Nov. 21. 
7-4A) A. M.— Chapel, 
7-00 P. m.— Mass Meeting. VanltJ 

Field. 
8-15 v. m.- Baaketball Praeflee, Urill 

Hall. 

Saturday. N<>\ M. 
2-tM) v. m.— Fool ball. M A. 0. sg, 

Tufts on Alumni Field. 
5-00 I-. m.- House Parties. Kappa Slg- 
ma, Lambda tin Alpha, .Sig- 
ma Phi Kpsilnu, Iheia Chi. 

Bf m. \ > . Nov, 1*5. 

D-tio a. m.— Hnnday Chapel, S p ank er, 
llabbl Goldstein, New York 
CSiy. 

ltllMi \. 11.— Cla^« 'i. Hires, in trout of 

Stock hi dge Hall. 
•2-00 r, M,— tMee CIul' irsal.Old 

Chapel. 

Mii.Miu, N..\ Ii. 
7-40 a. m.— Chapel. 
8-16 r. M.- Basketball Practice, Drill 

Hall, 

Ti v-u \\ . St>\ , 26. 
MO t». u.~ Band I»racili5c3«lal Union 

Booms. 
?-eo P. St.— Animal Husbandry Club, 

\ rena. 

WKiiaaauAv . How, 28. 
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».— A recent report haa been re 
eeJved from the oiaaa secretary an- 

.iiHing the death on Joly S of Cbe* 
1, Dwyer. Death waa the resni 
an antomobile accident of two years 
ii'Hens, Since gradnallng from col» 

■ he bad resided In Mtbraska City. 
Neb,, where for a number nf years be 
had hwd been manager of the .1. Sterl- 
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TEMPORARY STWWIT COUNCIL 
ADOPTED BY TWO YEAR MEN 

To Act In Conjunction With Senate 
in Student Affaire. 
For the purpose of self-government, 
ilie two year short e«.u«*c men have 
formed a sindenl wminil similar to the 
>,.|iHte. The pfiaeal Bwamaeala are 
temporary, being ap|H»iuted by Presl- 
dent BiitlerflBld for t».» BMntha, At 
the expiration of ilirit i.rin.il often a 
new iimneil will 'k> < 1. ■ i« >i I'ln m. m- 
bervsre: lloberl Hall, prrsblenl: Ham* 
ilion Torrcy, wrretjiry ; L J. Uurke, 
K 1. mamt. It. H- K-tey. • l>. hhaw, 
i: w k rchaer, W, n. D»*«-. W, B. 

Rpld, H D. f inpp. w '* Hbaw, and 
Itruitiald BurrinKt.'ii 

The task wbieb lies before ihi* new 
oooncll bileaofve the fmibtems faring 

the two year HMB. Sm b i|ne«llons ae 

dbtlvctlva loalgt i Ffeahasen rules," 
eir-,. will l.. d.. Med bj them. In mat- 
pertalfllBM So Ine Mtt yi-ar «ta- 
dentl n titfriii.ii'e.' oi three lis* been 
., in i-Miifef with the SpiiBtc. 

These men are, \V B. shaw. l{ot>erl 

Ball, a." 1 I " i ,i,via - 

\ i Federal Board 

men It »" hi fOIUied '" act in conjunc- 
tion with the Two Year Short Course 
Comneil sad the aeaate. 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 19, 1919. 



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THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Mas»a- 
chusettB Agricultural College. 

BOARD OF EDITORS. 

.lunsi . M mi H 1& Edinn-ln-f'hlef 
JOHM A. CRAWWHB "St. Manairinir Kdttor 



U a good thing, for we are glad to know .turns in arranging programs for these 
tbe majority of the student body has monthly Chapter meetings, 
enough common sense to <Hrain fro.,, I The proposal to organize chapters of 
such childish trick*, To explain it by the Society for World Agriculture has 

,i ... «.ulv an AMtflow already been favorably received at 

many institutions in the United States 
and by leading men and women in 
other countries. 

L. H. r. 



Baying thai it Wti merely an overflow 
of exuberant spirits is not suihVient. 
College men should he old enough to 
keep i heir excitement and enthus'asm 
within bounds. 



Assort atk Bottom. 

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1,1 Mll.il \V. Ki«m sn '-'I. 
BOMS! •■• JORB8 "- 1 

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Bnt«r«xli»«t«" - ..n«1 akRM matter »Mh» Amherat 
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Now for Tufta! 
Th#. Ia»t l»iti mime of the | ear comes 
ibis Bataidaj ■ I' is the . liiu.ix o( the 

seas....' \ vicl.il> ovel Tuf Is I- I he one 
,11,.,, „| il.. college. The kiiiiic 
rksIi^i Sprlnuliebl, laat week, result inj. 
in a sc.relems ib- imtk. s it all the more 
important thai v»e win OH t »•♦• B4< The 

whole s.,ll.ul is plimcii lot the e.uitewt 
the strong oliciisnc ) M .wer ol < ..aeh 

• .ore's (ram, backed bj .\uu ■• i Irrealal 
Ible spirit will go a long way toward 
\i,t.i> It.. lb teams, howrwr. are 

gulofl lo unci sironu ..ppi.siii.oi an«l 
either one will have great difficulty i« 
earning "'" Ike laurel*. The sironu 
*l*uft» eleven t« sun- to t««*t the holding 

pawtr of Ike Mafttoa line t" lb« Mmli. 

Tafia reeord rb rai tblsaaaj u««d 

prutri that Aggie h»« a hard battle 
abend of her and will have to tight 
efef) inch of the way down the field, 
The learn to Well |»i*j»ared to meet a 
Miff r*»!ttiaitf»e, tanRwwir, ami Captain 
I'und ea« be relied a pen l© open up r 
variety t»f play* which will r»«uli in 
UrrI *lct..ry iiirt our rival from M«I* 
tori, BalMrdar'a game will undoubt- 
edly he Relowe, «*elUiMr,»Rd»lghty Is* 
lerevflnB one, 



appearance of the Squib, 
We are very glad to welcome the 
Syulh bark on the t-nmpu*. and roiigmt- 
atattoaa «r* emended to the wewhera 
ol the liojifd on ihidr ilr*t issue Tbe 
revlral of \ yi£>«*"i h mneroti w paper la 

hfghlv ri.iiiiiii iMlaitle It 1» a pill. Ilea- 

lion which h»» bee* greatly mimed dur- 
ing rtie war and which, we feel wre, 
will make a wide appeal teiba prewnt 
atllttenl Itodyr, 



Practical Jokea. 
tin the way tmm the traJa imi Satur- 
day after ihe Bprtlrlfit'bl game, a few 
uliidenfa con. i » . . i in i.riiliniiL iden of 
,.;,,, Hum ii.. m ■■'« bf I b« William* 
AmberM game ufl the »idewalk. That 
it wm tii»! dr»e by any «i»m»Tted mction 



What shall be the agricultural poli- 
ces of the new era? The men and 
women now In our colleges are pre- 
paring themselves to be its leaders. 
To what ends will they lead? Is their 
view to be restricted by local and na- 
tional limits? Or will they have the 
world vision and help to plan our ag- 
riculture on world lines. 

To these questions the World Agri- 
culture Society offers an answer. 
started by overseas men inspired by 
President Uutterfleld and his helpers, 
bis Society proposes to establish chap- 
ters in the agricultural colleges 
throughout this country and In sim- 
ilar institutions abroad, for the pur- 
pose of studying the situation result- 
n, i mm the War and pointing out the 
importance of co-operation among all 
nations in matters of food production. 
.b-iribution and marketing. During 
il„ war, world policies in these mat- 
proved necessary; the establish- 
ment and maintenance of peace da> 
,.m.| policies cvn more extensive and 
more carefully considered. 

Chapters of Bw World Agriculture 
Society, uniting students of all coun- 
tries In an earnest effort to find and 
..ppply right principles in this, the 
most fundamental of all pursuits, can 
render a service of inestimable value 
Through the magazine WORLD AG 
Kl<n/n*KK the Society will keep Its 
members In touch with one another 
and bring its flndingR to the attention 
of statesmen and the public The 
probb-ms of the nreaent and the fu- 
ture in agriculture as in everything 
Hue. ■ M IM rightly solved only in pro- 
|..rtion aa we have understanding of 

nil tl millions bearing upon them 

It hr the aim of the Society lo promote 
this understanding. 

Besides promoting study Rnd dlacus- 
■dnn along world lines, the Society wfll 
have excellent opportunities for eott- 
aiunity s.rvice both in this country and 
abroad lis Chapters eoald render 
much prarticRl aid in the movement* 
already atarted for the eRtabliahmemt 
of modal agricultural UtatituttoM hi 
the devastated regJona of Barope, The 
Director of Agriculture for Belghia 
ha» offered sis free acbolarahlpR to 
American students In BelgtRn Rgricol- 
tural colleges, with the anderttaaiftf 
that provimion for the aame number of 
HelKlan students he made In thia conn- 
try, Similar exchanges could he made 
wish French and British iwrtiln- 
tlons. South America offers opportu- 
nities, The International Institmte 
bi Home has already promised to co- 
operate. 

Here at H. A. C, where the Depart- 
ment and Major Cluhs are so vigorous, 
a Chnpier of the World Agriculture 
Society can he especially useful as a 
unifying and broadening influence It 
in proponed that the present Clubs, and 
other* that may be formed, become 
fhXllOTIB of the Chapter, each to hold 
ji?« own meetings as in the past, unit- 
ling onre a mnnih with the others to 
[exchange Ideas on the developing 
Unrbl aspects of Hip topics studied by 
leach The different Sections CW take 



ENTIRE STUDENT BODY OUT 
FOR RAZOO AND MASS MEETING 



'12,— H. A. Noyes was the author of a 
bag scientific article on soil acidity, 
published in the November issue of the 
Journal of Iiuluxtrial gad Knuhieering 
CTlliaflfijU issued from the Mellen 
Institute. 



Pep Rally Held on Eve of Big Bat- 

with Springfield. 

Friday n'mht at 7-30 Aggie made her 
first down against Springfield when the 
entire student body gal bend at the 
Drill Hall for the big mass meeting. 

Kor a half-hour before the meeting a 
Kazoo parly was held in the streets of 
the town to make sure that every man 
should be there. 

The Freshmen had already bttUl a 
large boulire which was tombed off as 
Moon as Ihe College liail assembled. 

Mier one or two snappy cheers the 
following men gave short "pep" talks 
and told stories of I be, Springfield games 
,,! >.,re: Prof. Hicks. Spaubling '17, j 
loorge Chapman 't)."i, " Hill" D«»wd '1*. | 
Krellick ''2t» and Herman 'fffi. A word 
Of the lire was telephoned to ihe team 
at .springliehl slid t oach tbircsent back 
Ihe word that the fire was as good to 
him an a victory. Thin brought a 
burst of shouting from the crowd I bat 
lasted for a full miniile. The cheer 
loader next lead a few more cheer* ami 
UotT '90 lead ihe crowd in a few of the 
old songs. The meeting broke up with 
the college song and a long >ell for the 
leant. 




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Total undergraduate contribution* to November PMb, f87.tt71 

Total faculty contribution* to November £lb, W,n"». 

I'oial of nil contribution* to N'oremrjer Mb, 61IW,StW.lH. 

•Ba««l'.n the r .r..i«,Hi..n ••( wen t.intritatiBR, to tat total BBRib» of Kittat graAmlM. Vn 
-^^^^ mm |oa nM . iU1 t! iat M mM« .t the «.ta«» *lm M nuf uradvatc t»a»eb^ atdw in helping 

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BUBBLES! FORTUNE'S HIDING EVEKY WHERE- 

Not mo wiili the most exclusive iiinii*liiiiu*. niiIIn uud overcoats. 
They iiiny be found always at the House off Walsh. 

MORE THAN A TOGGERY- 
A COLLEGE INSTITUTION 



EVENT AT BOSTON FINISHES leonBdaaea, ami laogb the bub turns 
CROSSCOUNTRY SCHEDULE lu ' a,!> '*****• slii,e - rar " . u,,,, Wmi 

have bi'i'ti i lose lo ihe trmil in all the 



A Good Nucleus Present for a Fast 
Team Next Year. 



ract 



All the meets have been run in 



ALUMNI NEWS 

Baltimore Ideas. 
|\Bf those interested in origlnaltt] in 



"0«.— Herbert K. Haves is j..iul aulhoi 
of two teeelil luillclins from the 1'tii- 
verait] ol Minnesnia, Vyrieiili ural K\ 
peri me til .station. The Irral of thane 



»•„ . .;.. ... l ti. , ..!!.: . (.1 . . tlWIHIs, the follow ill" l'eeei *«>d ll'olii I he ...... .. ,, , 

tasi lime, and t he eomlii ion ot I be men ' ■ ileal* with breeding small urainw and 



banquet committee in Baltimore may be 



Iflvea an elaborate report on ihe results 



after nolablni has showed the tesiil 
The New England Intercollegiate of line liainlim. ol interest; jurith wheat, oals, and b.iiles . I he s. , 

russ country run last Saturday .lose. I a Allhoiiuh ihe schedule ha.< been short, Mt ' B ^ ,,u ' loud bulletin La of a mote technical aoil 

..iccessful year lor \u^ies etoss coin- Aggie has met the best teams in New | "tjute" Oystera Shyloek Pickles MIII | is ,.„, h h . ( | •■ KirsMJenerul ion flosses 

ry team. Two victories, two deleais. Kn«land. and results have proved that | Haafc Houhc Ham Sliver Spuds M0t WM( , siaiulanl atlnneROta I'niii \ u 

m. I a six s»lace in Ihe |5..ston meet, m. A. ('. is keeping up her old standard, Huttcrlield lb. lis Raise Salary ;,je!ies ." 

M, A. C Johnnycake 
I'eace Collce Eta Hit a Kak \ 

l.iekwood ('heese 



make up Hie season's record. and must be counted an R the lore- •' 

Ihe liist meet was In Id deiober 22. most in I his aul iiinual I raek sport . 

and t he four ol hers came on succeeding ,^^^m 

s, ..days w p.uwm the Oral of. BASKETBALL PRACTICE STARTS 

l>oiieiit, and was deleated *j:t-U;; The 

, . , ,, . i . , . , uaal Mondav eveninu at S-lo the vais- 

I . ol > . was next ilelealeii. III \eriliotit, 

iiv basketball team began regular 



_«S 2t». The eourae at lliirlingioti wtis 

.•is ditliciill, len.es and swamps being 

numerous. 



practice in ihe drill Hall. Hereafter 



A pplc a la WsUtfrt 
Kappa Slgars 



"77. — K. IS. liner is \ '■. e-ptesiilenl ot 
the 1 t iiel-l!ell V < o, , publishers, at 17!S 



CARS 



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Wed »i 



lav and Friday at the same hour, 



With a contribution fur I be lie* 9M &.8Q 



Kor the litst plai'iice Iweulv-otie men ..mrial Itn i I.I i mi. I bit re .-iiiii- •» m-u ' !i Ml r. All 

.IM defeat, oil the \ mbeist course, by moriai i>iiii<iinu iniic « ami a in w , »«..«■ .. ,>o 

reported which d«.es not iuelude Hume ; ,,|,|iess for ('. W, Lewis, fj \ IHioti ! Ill 2H IM 

vireet, Melrose lliuhlamls. I It. SO 7..MI 

11.60 K.ao 



I >eore of 21-H4. A tew *iars won the 

i.ice for the I'utpie, ;ni.l tgala'a ttral 

i took foiirib place New Hamp- 
shire also defeated Ji| . A. ( . ai Durliatn. 
NI2. The level course pieveiiled the 
\u'tfi«' men fruiu uetiinu in ibell best 
work. 

The Inst race n| the year, at liostoii, 
Saturday. bftMtgbl M. \.< . S'xlb 
|ilaie Sew H.t inpsbile iiHth tlist place, 
.mil Williams tied Maine lot see.illd, 
showing the Klrength of the tea inn 
which defeated \ul'i< la doal n •■ 

' W I' I s,. ined tifth. and the I'. ot V. 

nth plrtii— 

Captain Lyotut wa< I gale's heel di-- 

itice ruutier, gettiuu lam tiisis, one 

■ ol. i ml one fourth in the dual meet*. 

His (MtRebiaga also gave the team it« 

X HIGHER IDEAL 

There would lie no a.haninue In tie- 

voting tbe most valuable rmri til oaa*i 

: ' to gain knowlotlge ami experience, 

I greater possibilities nod achieveou-ut. 

were iii.i furl beoudiiy 

It In then ptopel t.. ii.sUliie lb. i 

• anae of bio encept ioii«l mdenlitic train- 
ing the agricultural « ollege man in i>ro- 
iTvmlrm, well advised In the most iimhI- 
•rn dairy practice* and the metbod> 
that are likely to make dairying the 
"i'w[ profitable 
Vou know that profitable dairy kfe> 
ion cannot aaucead wit hunt rleRiill- 
arni yim should also know that 




ia(, — Mr. and Mrs < Narlee liurrill 
autiounce t he marriage ot I heir daugh- 
ter, t'elia Sorris. in Mr. Qaofge I. 
i Krciiili on Tm-soav , Sepl . 10, al Ulldge* 
W ,|l i'l < Unn, 

i»7 K. !• Marllct bl principal of lb 



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w*'r j n j C/rj/f 5 er 



- ■ ^papii of iiiaiiitaiuing « elaaallaaaN 

i* productive of the highest quality 

| producta, because it la uned fm 

rough and Hnlfary rleantug by all 

NuHmltural College* tn the fnited 

^ r »tes and Canada. 



a Ir (•(«!•• 




A»k youmiipply 
•ii.m te ill your 

older. II cleans 
clean. 



err pfcg 



I 1 Kord i .. iaoie Mnits . Wvan- 
dolle, Mich. 



Miv vi. tit t ami-mi i I.. 

•who, are now out for foni ball, ami makes 
the m|h.i<! the largesi that Aggie has 

'ever bad. Arthur McCarthy will coach 

• the team until football Is over when 
'Kid Uorc will lake charge Of these 
elijiibb- tor the t*am there are aix 
forui. i ■ aaara of thr "3d" Including: 
1'iin.i Orayeoe Uartiagtwi, Lvat, B v 
Smith and i.owiiv With this as a nu- 

leleuaH li hopi-fi to whip a very guod 

; team into Mian* hir the heavy wbedale 
which ha* beea Rrraniied. t'otiiplele 

'new uniforms will be fnrnlsbed tneni- 

i Iters of the ««ina'l. 

The schedule include* nine home 

I game* and seven away from home. 
Some of the longer trlp« will he fo 

'Itartmouib, ha Sew Vc»rk, to Troy, fo 

i Durham and to BtofffB, Other games on 
the srhediile are given in tbe full sched- 
ule |, i|l, lUlied for the Unit time, In this 

i lirane, 
Jan. A * oun. Angle ai Amber*!. 

10. K. I. stalest Ambefll, 
li. \\ I*. I. al Wt.iresler, 
H\, \ mlicrst a! M, A, I 
S4, Tuft* at Amherst. 

je,l, Stevens at Amfaent. 
*1, H. 1*. I a' Troy. 
|"eb, 7. N. H. Stnte at Durham. 

11, ( onn. Agai« at Storrn, 
18. f*rall Inst, at Amherst, 
1H, Dartmouth at Amherst. 
W. I'ratl lust, at Brooklyn. 
81, Stevens at Ilohokeu. 
*<. Springfield at Amlietsf 

March 3, Dartmouth at Hanov.r 
a. If. II. State at Ambewi. 



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Sells 



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cshoe Store 

HetwiM»n the Banks) 



SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 

THE DAVENPORT 

The unsurpassed eating hour* for "Aggie" men ami their friemU. 
TR ANSI ENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS 



Mrs. J. K. W. Davenport 



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IAL SUNDAY SUPPERS 

Home-made 
WAFFLES. FIE AND I0Z CREAM 

Open every night till n E, M, 






The Mawachuaette Collegian, Wednesday, November 19, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, November 19, 1919. 



CLUB NEWS 

Tbe Animal Husbandry Club beld a 
very successful meeting last Wednesday 
evening when the leHure b| Mr. J. <«. 
Waison of Braudon, Vermont, attracted 
a crowd uf two bu mired men. 

Mr. Watson is secretary of tbe Ameri- 
can A rv shire Breeders Association but 
his talk was not routined to tbe Arv- 
sbire breed. Tbe problem before tbe 
breeders of to-day li ""t BM** ,,ut bel * 
ter stock and in the improvement of 
Hiock there Is a great field to work for 
men of ability. The Shorthorn breed 
shows the l»Hst examples of construc- 
tive breeding in the work of the < ol- 
lings brothers". Bales and Cruiekshaitk. 
Mr. Watson emphasized the impor- 
tance of Hue breeding and gave as an 
example the .Iran Armour tribe of Ary- 
shires. In this family three genera- 
tions of line breeding has doubled the 
production. 

The Aryshlre breeders of the country 
are looking toward a large ftfefaftt pro- 
duction rather than a few sensational 
records. Aryshire eowa already bold 
all records for lon« distance production, 
one recently finishing an A. It. rre.ml 
.u twemy-one years of age. 

Following the lecture *.v.ral new 
men signed oil M members of the club. 
The total membership has now reached 
the one hundred mark. 



"BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

And other good things to est. 

MRS. L. M. STEBBINS 

Middle Street. (Tel. 415-W) Hsdley, Msss. 



PLAZA 

Northampton . . Mass. 

60LDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where tbe Best 

PHOTO-PLAY 



Are shown. 

Program changed daily escept Monday 

and Tuetday. 

FREJi'K P- BELMONT. Manager. 



S. S. HYDE 

jeweler and optician 
IS Hle*aan» Street 




Oculists' Prescriptions Pilled 

Broken Leases Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

>jt Ufaclloti «iuarantred 






\t the next toeetliiK <»' »be rliemls- 
try Mu». t.b* bsld Tbutsdsy, Novem- 
ber*), at 7-15 p. *. In <b p <'b»mli-al 
hsbratury, I'rur. Parker will k'l*e a brief 
(nlk on tbe advisability of cuiublniiiic 
the various cltibi on the eampu* This 
question has arrotued much int. r«-*t 
the past few weeks ami ail U the reaull 
uftbeA. K. F. flub wbleb has been 
formed. P*Sl 1'srker is especially 
lilted to speak on the subject. having 
•pent *•*«•! MOBlbs in France wllb 
Krcxy. In the educational work. 

Hits meeting is open to all of tb« 
. luba as w«n *■ to tbe regular Cbenla- 
try flub nembm. It Is hoped i bat *» 

I I a showing will lie made at lit* 

Krt to K el her as In tbe first meeting. 



MfUtsMHtf. 
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!< ..i, th. ue. i from page l] 

> prin side Id attack became a serious 
menace, 

Capt. Poad won the toss and chose to 
receive. Toole, in running back 
Johnson's kickoff, was interfered 
with by the official and Quinism 
it>mvered for Springfield. At'ier ilie 
attempt to score mentioned above, 
Aggta took the ball on her own i\\r- 
yard line and smashed through to with- 
in 20 yards of the Ited and White goal 
posts, aided by a 86 yard run by Pond, 
ibe longest ran of tbe game. From 
here Lewandowski punted to SprhiK- 
tield. Brett and Drew pushed it back 



20 yards, and then, unable to penetrate 
the M. A. C. defence for further gains 
Johnson kicked. Lewandowski kicked 
back almost immediately and It was 
Springfield's ball on her 86-yard mark. 
From end to end Aggie was a stonewall 
against line plunges and Johnson again 
came to the rescue. Tbe Maroon and 
While baekiield plowed through for 
geod minis, and aided by a recovered 
punt had advanced to 20 yards from the 
enemy goal line as the quarter ended. 

Uapt. Qulnlan's team was fighting 
hard now and took the ball on downB 
shortly aftef the opening of the second 
quarter. Springfield, though, was 
forced to puni on fourth down and M. 
A. C. was off on another offensive, 




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wiiiih netted 19 yards before Lewatt- 
dowakl kicked. Springfield now ai- 

tempted tO Open Up hei ' foi -wai'il patting 

game which bid baffled other oppou- 

fiii.t this season. A haektield fumble 
spoiled their first Attempt a lateral 
pane, and their haektield began another 

attack on the It, a C line Their 

gains Men- lew and then became Impot 
sible. Aggie seemed tli»' ball on downs 

ami almost Immediate!; punted. The 
"V" eleven tried another forward, a 

l-niji one over the center or t tie line, 
t bai 1 1 raj son Intercepted ami ran back 

live fardt. An attempted \ggie for- 
ward a Fan mleetea later wai latere 
oepted by Weber, giving Qulnlao'a ag- 
gregation the ball tea yards loto their 
os% n territory. Springtield baektield 
formations were broken up on their at- 
tempts to gala aiiiiimi the eads aad 
through the right side oi theUoe, aad 
tben Sebaefer tried another forward, 
whleh fouml no receiver, aad it was 

kggle'l l-all as the WbUtls Mew halt 
I i nit- . 

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open i be second half. 
short gala through rigbl tackle; and 
i ben Springfield wan held for downs 
ami Johnson punted, Grayson running 

kick bach live yards. A forward 

satted IS yards and tben tbe 
Springfield M»e held. An exchange of 
kicks gave M the ball OO our 20-yard 
line, from where it was shoved 15 yards 
In | -ml runs and Una plunges. Spriug- 
liebl look it on downs and fumbled, 
King recovering in inidliehl. Tbe 

Aggie backfleld plugged tbe line bard 

sod got to within lo yards of iheir ob- 
jective only to have an attempted for- 
ward pass blocked behind the goal 
posts for a touebback. making it Spring- 
field's ball at their 20-yard line. Third 
down found them with better than 10 

yards I., go ami .lohuson jointed to 
our 85-yard line from where the ball 
was put in play for tbe last quarter. 

Jakeinan, who replaced Lewamlowski, 
punted shortly afteS tbe opening of the 
period. spiingiiehl then gained SB 
yards, Brett and Dl»U adding a little at 
a time, before the wearer- ot the striped 
i.tM-y were forced to the defensive. 
An exchange of punts made it tbe "V,' 
ball at the ;Ml-yaid line, the closes! they 
hail been since the opening minute* of 
the game. They got no nearer alter 
three shots at tbe line and Grayson in- 
Hi.epted Scbaefer's forward pans on 
|,. tilth doWll. 

Aggie here worked two neat forward* 
in a row, to have Morin intercept (he 
third and run ll hack live yaiiU. After 

ng to gaia^SpriagSaU bad pealed 

10 our 20-yard line ami the game ended 
li. i, with the ball In our po**e*sioii, 

Kverv man on the team played a 
hard, serappy game iroin start to finish, 
and to pick out tbe work c»f any single 
one as a feature In Inipotwdhle. From 
end I" eud I lie M. A C, Hue wan nUt* 
weighed more than len |m.iih»U per 
miin.amllheganie put up by Uray,Oooct 
win, and Delahiiut at the Ktiard rH.si- 
n.. us is worthy of ruinmendalbin, since 
Gray was out weighed iry hia wan tO 
,U. ami Goodwin waa laboring 
under a !t* pound handicap. King f s In- 
terference was high cla«*. Whittle** 
laekllng -p. .led snaaj end riiiia. ami 
the deleusve playing of Maeklnloah un 
ln»!h aid«of the line waa very good. 
Jakcman, eall«l npon ladotaa kick- 
ing in tat I l'»H. mined in a 
creditable petloimani e 

Brelt and l)rrw rx.e'led ret Baftaf 

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MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE: 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, December 3, 1919. 



No. 9 



AGGIE COMPLETES FOOTBALL 
SEASON I N BLAZE O F GLORY 

Mom Successful Record Since 1904 
Ends with Triumph Over Tufts. 



HORTICULTURAL SHOW 

COMING DEC. 12, 13. 14 

Professors Bears and Ghenowetb. 
Planning for Large Attendance. 



By defeating Tufts last Saturday, 
Aggie polished off one of ber most miic- 
eagafa] football seasons since 1U04. Willi 
live victories out of a possible eight, 
trimming Conneticut Agricultural col- 
lege, Worcester l'olytechnical Instiute, 
1'iiiversity of Vermont. Kbode Inland 
.stale College, tnd Tufts College; and 
tieing with Springfield Tralulng .School. 
<oaeh Gore's football machine, ItM 
model, has left an enviable record l»e- 
biiiil it. Tbe Maroon and White wan 
tiefeated only by Dartmouth and New 
Hampshire Slate, 

I he points which make this yetr's 
team noteworthy are several. Within 
die knowledge of local authorities, ii 
ied tbe first touchdown for Aggie 
against Dartmouth, since the two In*ti- 
tullont have been meeting on tbe grid- 
iron. Greatly outweighed by Sew 
Hampshire State, it waa defeated by a 
field goal la the last minute of play. 
1 p to this moment Aggie b*d led by a 
ucore of 7 to 6. 

At Springlleld. tbe tle*eore result 
estoe an a saprisc to msny. out- 
weighed on the line by aa average of 
20 pound*, the indomitable spirit of the 
Maroon and White came to the from, 
Tbe wisdom of a development of a su- 
perior forwtrd passing game was evi- 
dent, The renulta more than juatltted 
the time speat le Its evolution. The 
ecss of tbe trlnmrirale. i'ond, Uray- 
• . and Mantel! Is demonstrated tn 
tbe fact that by tbe use of the forward 
pass. Aggie waa able to gala a total of 
tOO yards at contrasted with Spring- 
Hold's 160. 

\ It bough tbe advisability of playing 
tbs two big game* of tbe aeaaon In 
rapid successio n hi q neat ion able, Aggie 
proved that she waa more than able. 
The tight little score of 1M against 
I .!•« was eitremely gratifying. Again 
tbe aerial game played the biggest part 
tn the saccate. Tafia never bad posses- 
sion of the ball within the Maroon and 
White'! BO-yard line, A gg*a*i forwards 
net led bar a total of 70 yards against 
eight yard* on a lone pass by the Brown 
■»d Blue, Jake man proved to be one 
of the stellar performer* wllh bis punt- 
ing, Hia record waa 14 boots tor ■ total 
«f 475 yard* tgs Inst tbe nine of hit op* 
i«»neni for I7f yard*. 

Ileal team work, induced by the 

##*oTla of t'uach Don, coupled with a 

development «l the aerial style of last* 

hail, have been the winning factors for 

\gule thla senaoii. 

id the la letter men this year, Coach 
Gore will lose 11, Cspt. Poad, llTayaoo, 
H-dniM, Glavitt, Delahnnt, tlray. '*<...i 
wla. Jakemtti, Dewing. P. Beadlo, and 
Daggett, The election of Poole to tba 
captaincy will give the team the bene- 



Tbe llortieiiltnral Show, which will 

bt lold in Kleticb Ball on Dee VI to 
and 14 ii» protjreHslna rapidly and prom- 
ises to be a larger and belter show than 
ever. Many exhibits have already been 
sent in and many others have been 
proumed. There will be separate priste* 
offered fur fruit grown by growers, 
faculty and *ludent*, and alno many 
firm* dealing in horticultural supplies 
will send exhibit?. The Horticulture 
and Horticultural Manufactures Depart- 

menis will ai'ii bate large exhibits. 

Any who arc interested in exhibiting 
may *end fruit u. the Horticultural 
Show. M. A. t\ told storage Plant, Am- 
hemt,M»*«.,aiid it will be well cared for 
thereuntil tbe day of the show. All 
fruit niiut be sent by Dee, U» a* tbe 
work el arranging the exhibit* will 
start the following day ami *pace ar- 
rangemements mutt be allowed for. 
The premium li*t and rules are printed 
below 

PUKMIIM LIST 
Class 1. For the best plate of apple* 
any variety listed below; 

Bailey Sweet. Baldwin, Hlack Giill- 
liower. Uiue Pearwain, Delieirns.Esopus 
taawaif, Kail Ptpate, Kameuse, 
(oddeti Ku»*et, (•ravenstein, f»rimes 
toddeii, liul>ii,iid«toii, Jonathan, King, 
I^ady, Maiden Hlu.h. Meletosdl, Mother, 
Sewlowti Pippin. NtMlhead. Son hern, 
C}palc*ceni, Palmer liroenlng. Peck's 
Pleaaant, Pewaukce, Pound iweot, tod 
Canada, H. 1 Greenlno, Koxbary Rus- 
tetJ^ek-nofurtber.Siaymtn'sWlnefiap, 
Hut too. si Lawrence, Hark, Tolman 
Sweet, Twenty Ottawa, Wegener, Weal- 
thy. Winter Banana, Wolf River, Yellow 
Betleilower. 

Cla»»*, Beat plnte any variety not 
listed in Cla*- I 

Cla*a A, Mmi display of fruits, not 
lens than ten varieties, These entries 
msy compete in toy of the preceeding 

(lass 4. Best bei d applee. tny 
variety, 

Utnaa ft. Beef plate of pear*, any va- 
ri#ty listed below: 

Kieffer, Anp»a, ClalrgeaB. Saekel, 
Sheldon, IWw, 

Claseti. Beat plain of peart, any ar- 
rlety not Hated in Clam ft. 



AGGIE GAINS DECISIVE VICTORY OVER TUFTS 

Fast Game Sees Old Rivals Beaten on Alumni Field 

by the Score of 14-0. 



The largest crowd ever on Alumni 
Kicld. upward* ol M00, saw M. A.f. 
close what was probably it* uiont sue-' 
cessful gridiron sea*on with a dean 
cut , well earned and decisive victory 
over their old rivals. IuHh, on Nov. *l'l 
To all lhat asaeniblage of football feat 
tack h tame must hare been a treat, 
but to those who have followed Aggie 
football of late, it mu*t have been pal 
ticiilarly gratifying to know that laek a 
smooth working machine, which tensed 
4mek a really powerful team lu no un- 
certain term*, could be built up In a 
single ueaaon. It augur* well for future 
gridiron nuecesse* !■• 

The game was fast and bard fought 
every minute, a battle royal from *t ait 
to Uniab, with Aggie furnishing a ma- 
jority of the thrills, (bough tbe Medford 
eleven called its every resource into pity 
during tbe closing minutes of the game 
«i« -,. #.«r rt t n*e»** s «»♦••»»#•»»' WivIhoj 
ine and t heavy, line plung 



I'tiKStrsK 

Chwet-a, prst.MBeribbMiteeond, 
red t1Wm*b, 

I i., i First, bine ribbon; second, 
red ribbon; third, yellow ribbon, 

Class ,"t n First, blue ribbon t second, 
red ribbon. 



Ht i,r» f hvkbiko the KmntniT 
1 fruw shown in any of the above 

rjajifn hhI he grown by the exhibitor, 
g. The jadgB« reserre the right to 

relune premium* in ease the nnmber* 

or character of exhibits does not justify 

an award, 






senega* 



a powerful 

ing bteklleld.Whelan's team came here, 
in addition, with a bagful of trick play* 
calculated to catch the Maroon and 
White defence ofj ibeir guard. Again*! 
Coach Gore's charge* tbe conqueror* of 
University of Detroit u*ed only one 
play lhat was not immediately solved. 
I his was a wide end run from a fake 
formation that gained considerable 
ground for i be Brown and Bine before 
lit effect waa checked. Forward after 
forwtrd went Incomplete In the visitor's 
aerial name, and I heir heavy backneld 
t not make Orst down consistently 
through the Aggie line. 

Though the whole four period* WW* 
replete with good football, there were 
two big ihriilef*, tbeae on the two plays 
Lhat accounted for Aggie* 14 p..im*, 
and which came in clone uticceselou near 
the end of the second period, 

Thornton had poeied to rald#eW» and 
tirayson by a brHHant piece of open 
Aeld running had brought the ball to 
Tufis* » yard I'nc. On tbe llr*t play 
thereafter, Pond, standing on their 8tJ 
yard mark, go! away a h.u K forward 
pass to Man-ell who waa far lieyond the 
scrimmage line, and raced over for a 
touchdown. 

Following Ibis Tuft- kicked off. and 
the ball wa* pot in play on MaMactm 
*ell'* 4t> yard line, Jakeinan then BtM 
tribulifd a one fti yard punt, the ball 
rolling over the Tuft* goal line. At hi* 
own 2ii yard line, Smith, the Medford 
quarter essayed tu try a forward, which 
was inlercepled by the fleet Lent, He 
ran through the entire oppoiing team 
for t touchdown. 

Thing* broke In the visitor's fewr at 

tbe start of (be game when the Masta- 

chose! ta kiekofl carried barely 10 yards. 

I After making first down around the 

| sods, Tafia Wed tkree line plunges with 



no khhi and a forward which waa 

blocked, aii.l lost her I lie ball Ofl d.>\\ ii* 

Agglewai playing a waiting name and 
.lakeiuaii pentad lo mldfleld, "fblttle 
lateroepted a Tatta forward p esa after 
an attempted plunge Ihroagk center 
had gained eel) a team > aid. and Jake- 
man punted .mam Mackintosh BfOOl 

trad t"t \ o o i«* when the visitors fum- 
bled oa the Arst play. A delayed pa*i. 
galaed two yards and then smith got 
in the «:i> oi Poud** forward I • 
M'er ataklag Brat tfwwa at lot I -'" 
yard llni r, Thornton punted le mldfleld 
lot i he Medford eollegiane. Aggie 
could not gain aioiiml t hi tai - aad m 
attempted forward wa« loll ' '•' 
(..unci. Tuiis aammered nor Urn le 
no avail for three -i..w at aad then Whit- 
tle dupiiiaied < al'a slum. Peed 

ami Whittle ..i. the Iral | lj conipb 
u foiwaid pans lor again «■! live yard-.. 
,,( i |hee i.* v ■ acted lo'he io*ed> 

tea W yard line. Smith circled lelt 

end for 10 yards, Oraj broke through lo 
mix up tbe next pla). ami Thornton 
kicked \\iW' made tout yard* tlin.iii:»i 
the line ami then Ji-kemnn kicked to 
midlield. -Aheie the bail wa* whet. 
tbe quariei ended., FaftJ lallnm 10 gain 
on tw<» Hue plays. 

Thornton opened 'i"' secon d pei 

by kicking i" our V<» ratd Ho* H 
,ii, r the Man»->n ami White ttgBlftt 
had lomol a breach Ig tin- oepoalflg tine 
that netted U yard*. Jaketnan got awt> 
hi* beat punt of ibe .lay sad the bo 
est of the irnme. a «o yard sj 
Thornton kicked back, and Aggie tt 
a forward pa*" wJ.mIi Smith lateroepted. 
Thornton ■ toe came to t he rcacne again, 
pond** forward pa»* *« intercepted. 
and Tufts tried line plunging as ■ 
They made a first down by tb;« method, 
only to lose four yard* on an attettiptid 
lateral pa** and be forced to kick An 
exchaffge of punt* gave thegreater Boa- 
ton ootflt Ibe ball in mldfleld. and fol- 
lowing two barklieW rumbles that met 
15 yard*, there tame the kick on which 
fimy*an made bl»« yard run, (followed 
by tbe play already described, which 
resulted in (be Mrs! «-.,fc of the gam*. 
Leaf's play for fbeset-oiid tally ltd lowed 
lineal Immediately, and the half ended 
■ooti after. 

Starting 'be second half Tnf«* be-jan 
to U«e an offer*** of eud run* almost 
tntircly, Tearelee kicked <•<!, I'«»»«'* 
gained Ave yard* through center, I 
Jakeman kicked lo fbe Br«»wn :*'i«t I 
30 yard line, Jakentan latefeepted » 
forward pas* after two end runs bmi 
gained flr*t down bir Tuft» A plunge 
through center netted three > n.rd«, but 
a au**ccf»*ful forward. Pond lo t«tiij**tt. 
tu followed by a 15 rard p*n*lty, and 
Jakenian punted. Tatta, working their 
fake end ran at alternate end*, die- 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 3, 1919. 



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played their first real offensive of the 
game in the next few minutes, From 
their own 20 yard line they advanced 
the ball SO yards by this method, and 
then Massachusetts broke through to 
take it on downs. Jakeraau immedi- 
ately kicked, and Tufts, using the same 
style of play had brought the ball to 
our 4> yard Hue again as the quarter 

ended. 

The Medford aggregation, working 
hard to register at least a single touch- 
down, was at its best at the beginning 
of the last period. The same end run 
play, mixed with one or two line 
plunges and a forward pass, the first 
they had completed during the game, 
brought the pigskin to the Bay State 20 



yard line, the nearest that it came, for 
the Aggie defence appeared to have 
solved the thus far ground gaining for- 
mation, and boxed Smith in his at- 
tempts to circle the ends, taking the 
ball on downs. Jakeraan kicked on the 
third |«lay, and Aggie recovered the 
kick which Tufts quarter fumbled. 
Lent made eight yards on an end run, 
and a try at center made it first down 
for Aggie. A forward went incomplete 
and Jakeman punted to 20 yards be- 
yond midlleld. Tufts, on the offensive 
again, tried two long forward passes, 
both were blinked, and a delayed pass, 
which lost them five yards, made it the 
Maroon and White's ball at the Tufts 30 
yard line. The Brown and Blue line, 



was a stonewall and Aggie kicked. The 
Medford eleven was now resorting al- 
most entirely to aerial play in a last 
desperate attempt to score. Two for- 
wards were blocked, but a penalty on 
Massachusetts made it first down for 
Tufts at our 80-yard line. Grayson 
blocked a long forward and knocked it 
into Pond's arms, the latter being 
downed at his own 20-yard line in run- 
ning it back. Lent got around Ginsberg 
for 20-yard-, only to have the gain lost 
by a penalty. The Maroon and White 
backfield smashed through for first 
down in two plays, and the game ended 
with the ball in Aggie's possession on 
her own 25-yard line. 
The kicking of Jakeman and the 



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„l>eu field running of Lent featured for 
\2t£«e. Special mention should be made 
Of the work of Grayson and Whittle at 
breaking up forward passes. 

Smith with his speey end runs fea- 
tured for Tuf is. 

The lineup; 

H, A. C. 

ttraysoa, re 

King, rt 
Oray, re 
Mackintosh, c 
Cxidwln, lg 
Holmes, It 
Mansell, le 
Pond, qb 
.lakeiuan, lbb 
Whittle, rhb 
Pools, fb 



forti, 

le, Keefe 

It.Sellew 

lg, Riordan 

c, Pry or 

rg, Barrett 

rt, Beechatu 

re. Martin 

qb, Smith 

rhb, Thornton 

lbb, Connell 

fb, McNamara 



x-ore-M. A. <J. 14, Tufts 0, Touch- 
downs -Mansell, Lent. Ooals from 
i..uvbdown»— Poole 2. Substitutions— 
M \. C— Delahunt for Goodwin, Lent 
fur Whittle, Lewandowski for Jakeman, 
(Marts for Gray, Daggett for Mackln- 
loab; Tufts— Ginsberg for Martin, Mae- 
. Ida for Keefe,Martln for Connell, Keefe 
i,.r MiN'amara, Bueso for Pry or. San- 
lord for Smith. Lecaln for Barrett. 
Kefereo— McGrath of B. A, A. linplre 
lohiison of Springfield. Head lines- 
man— Swafheld of Brown. 



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SHORT COURSE FOOTBALL 

SEASON ENDS CREDITABLY 

ProapoctB Bright for a Winning Team 
Next Tear. 
Meeting together for the first lime, 
knowlug little or nothing about the 
the sport as a whole, and playing the 
game for the game's sake; the two-year 
men developed a fool ball team which 
was worthy of the whole-hearted 
support of the entire student body. 

The team was composed of men whose 
playing experience varied from abso- 
lute zero to four years of high school 
training. But by 'the same iiiyMcrioiis 
process which makes each new fresh 
nan class into a true AftSl* Ofgaab 
/.at ion, has the short coin se (ootball 
squad developed into an oiitlit won BJ 
of the name of M. A. 0. For, although 
their season is completed, they are re- 
remaining at practice for the sole 'pur- 
pose of acting as beak material to l»e 
led to the slaughter of the varsity, and 
cheerfully accepting the uruelling pun- 
ishment attached thereto 

The two-year schedule consisted oi 
three games, Willislon, Hosary lli«h 
School of Holyoke. and the Springlield 
College seconds. In the former and 
latter they were up against organi/a 
lions whose superior training and N)*asf 
period of practice as a unit was over- 
whelmingly against ihwn. Uowevor, 
the soorestell their own ■toff) 
Wllliston Academy 20, M \<* 8. <'• D 
Rosary 11 luh School 0, II 

Springfield Scrubs 14, P 

The Styts «d play t h t.-uy looit the 
season has been that of a varsity on! til. 
A strong line, a snappy backfield. and a 
well developed aerial oruani/.niion are 
Ihe points to their nciiit. V siipri«in« 
Intnltive fiwtball sense has been shown 
on more than one occasion In breakinu 
up their opponents trick play*. 

Much credit Is due to t'oaeb Gray- 
son for splendid showing on the field. 

Tbe nianaserial ability of Shaw should 
be mentioned. 

The outlook for next season U bfSfttU, 
as practically the rtilire squad will re- 
turn, (apt. Pickard, Snelling, ami 
.Traflon. the individual stars of the sea- 
Ji4Hi expwi to he back. Willi the fr*ab 
1 material that will naturally enter with 
j ib» 19W two-year class j a -nappy, well- 
balaneod leam should »»»■ developed. 

The rwo ve;it men have proven tbetn* 
selves !« he thoroughly capable of 
!' handling their share «f the M. A. C. 
fool hall pro gram. 

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Ambtrit College. He will give a lect- 
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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 3, 1919. 



THE MASSAtHlSETTS C0UE6IAN 

Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOA UD Of EDITORS. 
JAMMC.aiAMJa ■.'<>. K^.t-.r-tn-ChJef 
,|oK» 1- ihuumui. •*•. ManaifJi.it K<Uu>r 



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KVK.UKTT <\ HtKKI"N VI 

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is the history of the college, which it is 
intended to run in the 1921 Publication. 
Thus it migtit be possible to give any 
number of examples to show that the 
Index is without a doubt collegiate in 
its nature. 

Therefore bearing in mind the afore- 
said statement, why would it not be 
possible to actually make the annual a 
college one by MMffuMai the method 
of its publication. That is. to maintain 
the present system of choosing a Junior 
board in its Sophomore year but to elect 
the board somewhat earlier and then 
uUethe newly elected board oppormn- 
itv to work in co-operation with the 
Junior Board. Tbroujjh this system the 
new board would gain in experience so 
ll,;,! when they became Juniors they 
would not be entirely new to the game 
hut would possess a working kuowlege 
,,fi be method* used in producing the 
book ami the chances o( increasing t he 
quality of production would be mate- 
rially increased. «'. w - *• 




Subscription $*.<*> per year. Single 
copies. 10 cents. Make all onler. paya- 
ble ,„ The MMsachusetU Collegian, 

|„ ,.» • change ..l address, aub- 

■criherswill p!««M notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 

Rntare.lsssarond-elasa matter at tb* Amherst 

r.Mit ones fcufcptta f» r •»*»»»« am-ccui 

rsU ..t i«*tage provided for In swltofi "». Act 
If QUillliT. Mil »<nr...rl*e<l »— !»•"» 

A Permanent Index Board. 
The opinion has been »X|>TimH, i" a 
,.. >lll ,„.,.,ie*tl«tl« recited | |,b» week. Ibal 
,,,.. /„./,, |(..;ird Should be made a |-er- 
,,,,„„„, lim | continuous body, each 
,,.,„,! MnrtaS ■ f^m apprenticeship 
„,„!,., ,he preredini: iH.ard of Juniors. 
Tin* \iew should be nu»sl heartily in- 
dorsed, Such I plan would enable the 
mwmhmntii the board i« lieroma famtl- 
larwith the details and iBcbnlcalitiea 
meident i» publie;,tion. and the melh- 
,.,!,,., planninu their work which would 
,.reveut the mistake- and inUnnder- 
rtaadlm* that arise treT] v-ar under 
,b, ,. re^nl ajafaw. The puaalbimr ul 
having the M" published on time 
would Im» greatly increased, and the 
p r „l,,,bilitj of i he annual l^.ng a 
ilnain lal drain M the class would lie 
far Ie*s liktly, »f l*« hoard has had 
t previous experience. It ha* been 
f„and adtautawous i« organ!** par- 
maneut hoard* f«»r the political ioa of 
the Junior Annual at many of the larger 
, ,dle|ie#. and paii '»«'?"' iHtards strongly 
lavor the adoption «f the system at 
M 1 « 



LIVE MASS MEETING HELD 

ON EVE OF TUFTS GAME 

Speakera of Repute Pre.ent Ideas, 
College Band Stagea Comeback. 



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To* tade* a* » College Annual, 

It ha» often been slated by eerteal 

,i,i,leutN of prominence M this earnpna 

that the hnifj- »in»uld awl be called a 

Junior Annual but a college annual for 

tbe rsjwn ibal in the fade* we bare 

presented to M fWf »l«ne tbe act I tit lea 

.,, ,be Junior claaa but the act i title* of 

the nilleg* m a whole, and although 

tttt effort* of the Juniors may be . 

n.iiii :ii>iv pmphwtnrf, ueveriheleai Ib»| 

annual iseniirelycollrgiatt la tliiwip*.' 

|a ibat it ban for its sole purfwa* tb» 

pre»«ntatttm «■» ™He«* xpirtt »■ ▼bwaU 

eed form _ _^ ^ 

in ntt !>,<lf£ of recent h»u# there waa 
lealured the pnlire hislofy of that great 
fvent which In the past meant m »wb 
fowani ihs dewh.pmeiit id cdtegespmi 
-narnelj I he Bampiet SfimB, X » w 
th« pte««Bl»tro» of an e«nt of thia 
nature ipoi Interest i,» « he entire student 
h,„lj ami io thBaiawai as well, for ii 
ii the «ote oce«r«a«» of *«* «>'• 
I«Si life that we do not toon forget, 
* not her article t hat is of wide iolereal 



The eve of the Tufts football game 
witnessed the peppiest mass meeting 
ever held in honor of any event at M. 
4, r. From the beginning of the ra*ou 
tO the last words of the follege Song 
cv.rvlbinu was snappy and then to 
enrwa IN -venl a comeback was staaed 
by the ( ..liege Band and it sure was 
a comeback In every sense of the word. 
The meeting vu Io charge of cheer lea- 
der Kobertson who certainly did things 
up brown in the selection ol a program. 
Proceeding the meeting In the old 
chapel a raws, party waa held In which 
every livlna iuhabilanl In the vicinity 
„l the college waa wade acquainted with 
the fact, that for the Aral lime in the 
history of the college, Tofta waa to be 
entertained at H. A. C« la footbftll. 

The flrat speaker of the evening was 
„„e who haa always been known on the 
eampua aa a« example of true spirit. 
pn,f. Itobhlai spoke both humorously 
and Interestingly aliout college spirit, 
and ibe applause tendered him lieapoke 
bis popularity. 

\» a fitting conclusion to the list of 
■peakeis. Coach (Kid) Wore waa called 
up»n lo relate hbi experfencee. He re- 
sponded by giving a brief agi n ar y of 
the seasons work with the learn and 
laid particular emphasis on the wonder- 
tul brand of spirit abown by tha »en on 
the a^nad and d« app»el*tto« to the 
other two graduate eoaebea, namely 
— fJewrge PalnMi- ■"«• Kin tirayaon. He 
expressed hla dlaaapolnlment over the 
tie game at Springntld, hot a* a word 
„f cheer in ebbing he aald, "The slogan 
of the strong IMS lean waa Tha Tnfta 
and beat flprtagieid r The slogan o« 
lb* 1W9 team la, *Tta Springfield and 
Tufts!' " 



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Y. M. C. A. NOTES 

c. .1, Fielder and J. A. Crawford "2t» 
attended the International ( Movent ton <m 

I he V. M- <'• A- wbicb was tiebl ;tl 
Uelioit. Ni.v. 19-SB. . 

At the mid-week meeting Wednesdit> , 
Dec H, Mr. Fielder will apeak t»n bis 
iiiipretiHinns ut tha Detroit Contention. 

(in TueKday, l>e.-. It, at ti-10 in t lie Obi 
Chapel, Kdward K. Ibdiner, Industrial 
Service Secretary of i be aaaoeiattd In- 
(lusiiiis ul Maaaaehuaatta, will give ■ 
lecture <»» ilie "llistors and Objected 
Americanization." Tbis leciure will be 
held under tbe ittapice.Of lb« V.M .C. \. 
rndel' Ibe |>rc>cnl ciiidil intin ibih is | 
practical and very in.|Hiilanl pfopoai- 
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AMHERST AND SUNDERLAND DIVISION, 
H01Y0KE STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1 HIGHER IDEAL 

There would be no advantage in de* 

siting ibe moat valuable years of one's 

life to gain knowledge and experience, 

i ureater |«m»iblltties and achievements 

were nut forthcoming. 

I> is then ptoper io assuine that be- 
eattsa of bla exceptional aclenllfic train- 
ing the agricultural college man is or©. 
t Fes*l*»e, well advised In ibe moMt mod- 
ern dairy practices and tin* method* 
tliit are likely to make dairying the 
Must profitable. 

Vort know that profitable dairy pro- 
•iMiioa cannot succeed without cleat.ll- 
m«, and vim khould also know that 



r&mmm% 



fcancr ,,nj C 



■« eapaple of maintaining a eleaoUneM 

that is product ire of the highest quality 
| dairy producta, because It i» used for 
. '■.••rough mad sanitary cleaning by all 

AgTieuJturml Colleges in the l*nlted 

^>«ie»»iid Canada. 



•"tha im n^le 




Aik votir su ppli 
man la fill your 
order. It elta^ 
elean. 



t** 



I know tbe coat doesn*t make the man. 

Nor yet the tie or cuff; 
But Fin afraid all these things aid 

To carry out the bluff. 



Watch out for new "aidw" which will come in this 
week and next at THE HOUSE OF WALSH. 







Team C— An Important Factor in the Vanity's 8 



J B ford Co,, Sole Mafrs.. 
dotle, Mill. 



ffan- 



CAMPUS NOTES 

The second of a sene* of tneeltne,* lo 
i onaider account keej.itiiz will beheld 
In the Kuiiiini!iii;> liuildinir on the 
Mii»»ai buseits Agricultural f'ollege 
cniiipii.», Monday, I»ec. K, at 2 i». m. 
This meeting will bomW •! a meat rut- 
tlnu deiiionatraliiui by one of the local 
mai ketu.cn with a ctiiialderatioii of bow 
to ...ok certain cwtl by Miaa Laura 
(4ifford. All interested in thia study 
are cordially Invited, 

1990 Claaa Keating. 

At a meet inu' of tbe Senior claaa held 
after aaaemldy Weilnewlay. N'ov. IB, 
C ra w for d and Frellick were elected lo 
the public Mpeakinu louncil ami Head)", 
ilrowu anil Sledman were rboaen fnr a 
claaa smoker committee. There waa 
sutne rllncus»ion regarding the giving of 
a »W«ker t« Ibe whole modrnt body 
bat it wa» Anally decided to put the 
matter off until after Thanksgiving, 

The cintci ri se»M>n for ibe Musical 
(I ii Irs begin* !>•■•* 12. On that date the 
i.tliclal dreaa rehearsal** In lladley will 
be staged, Tbe week following the 
••lub» so to Ibtiioti tor a lite days' stay, 
duting wbicb time they play at the 
Neaion fligb School, and the Copley 
Plaaa, In Ilcrrr, ft, II., and in New- 
buryport. The t.iee f tub tin* year is 
without any f|tici»iiof! better than it waa 
a year age. Coach Blgehiw baa done 
wonder* with the clubs and Ibe fellowa 
have shown a lot of interest and en. 
thastaaBi. Tb« MamlrtiB Club also 
promise* well, The dJffhttiify Iu gttling 
a couch caused some delay in starting, 
but tiling* are coming along fast now. 
Taken altogether the cluba will cer- 
tainly show some! hints pretty good to 
anyone who nhotibl happen u» *iray 
over to Hadley on the IBib, 

*!»,— B- IS, Clapp i* anagricnllnrial 
stationed at the firmf Katlonal baak, 
Ifew Haven, fortri^ 

10,— O, li. AnderaoB la now located 
at La Fayette, I»i. 



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A 

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Furnishings, Shoes 



Gallup at Holyoke 

vm-m iiK.ii ht.. 



Hart Schaf f ner ft 
Marx Clothes 



Coate down to Molyoke and 
big store. 



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(Between the Hanks) 



SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 



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ye aggie Inn 

SPECIAL SUNDAY SUPPERS 

Home-made 

WAFFLES, PIE AND ICE CREAM 

Open every night till is P. M 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 3, 1919. 



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CAMPUS CALENDAR. 



Wkdnkbday, Diet 1 . 8. 
7-UO p. m.— Mandolin Club Rehearsal, 

Social Union Rooms. 
7-00 p. m.— Annimal Husbandry Club 

meeting, Debate. 
H 15 v. m.— Varsity basketball prac- 
tice, Drill Hall. 

TllUBHDAY, |)KC. 4. 

7-15 f. M.— Chemistry Club Meeting, 
Chemistry Laboratory . Speak - 
er.Prof. Doughty of Amherst 
College. 

K-15 i\ m.— Varsity basketball prac- 
tice, Drill Hall. 
Finn AY, Dk«-. 5. 

7-40 A. M, -Chapel. 

M-15 i». M.— Varsity basketball prac- 
tice, Drill Hall. 
Satuhoav. Dm-, tt. 

a-iiO I-. M. — Varsity basketball prac- 
tice, Drill Hall. 
Sunday. Dm. 7. 

w-00 a. M.— Sunday Chapel. 

2-00 i». M.-C.lee Club rehearsal, nld 
Chapel. 
Momiay. Dm x. 

amo I-. *.- Practical Account Keeping 
Demonstration. Kntomology 
Ituildtng. 
7-40 a. *.— Chapel. 
g 15 p. M.-Varsity l»a*k«tlmll pra. - 
tice. Drill Hall. 
\i Mandolin Club rehearsal. 



prac 



"BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

And other uood thtnus to eat. 

MRS. L. M. STEBBINS 

Middle Street. lTel.4ir.-W) Hadley. Mass. 



PLAZA 

Northampton . • Man. 

60LDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the Beat 

PHOTO-PLAY 



Are shown. 

Program changed daily except Monday 

and Tueiday. 

KKKD'K I". BKI.MONT. Manager. 




p. 

S»M-ial 1'nioti Hohmi*. 

TUESDAY, Df!i'. t, 
4-oti !• m.— Varsity basketball 

tic@, Drill Hall. 
M.-Full dress rebeamal of stu- 

• l.-iii vaudeville actB, Siwk- 

l.ri.lire Hall. 
WKDNKlDiV, DkC 19, 

*.— Rehearsal ->i I oml.incd 
M.iM.i,l Cluba. Stookbri.lae 
Hall. 

m.— Varalty baakelball prat- 
tle*. Urill Hall. 



7-Stt 



: oo p. 



S-15 P. 



S. S. HYDE 

jeweler «**•«! OpUolon 

IK Pleasant Street 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Broken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

■vi I l*fn.t Inn ( . it.o .uite.'l 

KiUbltotaed UH1. 

— till DtllllU ll.iwlll. •--. 

Choice Groceries and Fruits In Season 

i uNKKiTIONKRV 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
NOTES 



■ 



RAHARS INN 

irttaanpton. Maaa»eh«art» 

IOROP&AJI PLAN 




Don't smash your bank account when you buy your 
clothes. Of course good clothes are high in price and 
hard to get. It's tip to you to see that you get the best 
possible for your money, amhvc are in a position to help 
you. You will do yourself an injustice ii you don't give 
our stock the once-over before spending your money. 

Corduroy Vests Wool Vests 

Heather Wool Sox and Golf Hose, Convertible Collared Shirts 

Hart Schaflner & Marx Ready Clothes 



F. M. THOMPSON & SON 

College Outfitters lor over thirty years 



Joan D. Wtllari, Director of the ¥,%• 
notion Service and MIm LnrUn 1'. Jef- 
ftraoB are repreaeoilna ihe depart meat 
at the Country Life Oonferenwi mil the 
American Firm Kemi«»mt«- Aanoclaiion 
meeting which i* being held al Chicago 
with the meeting of the Aaaoeiiilou of 
Agricultural College* and Ki peri meat 
KmttoM. Mr. Wlllafd te pfeaealing a 
paper on the Beoneiiiic Beato of AgH- 
rultural l*riceeal the American Farm 
Kwaowie AawxlatiM meeting. 

The department in undertaking • 
■Wdy of ownership in Ma»«aebu»cUp>. 
The atudy will he nadertekee 1» eoop- 
eratlon with ihe farm bureau* and the 
da part men l of ad nettle* of tha atate. 
The purpose Ii to aaeertaiu from 1000 
farm owuera In Maaaeehuaetii I heir 
agricultural and ttuaueiai hbrtory* In 
other worde In learu how muf of them 
were ban* « larme of bad farm eaperi* 
enee M farm laborers, tenants or mana* 
K era. before Ike* beewe owuera, where 
they obtained uwuwy to buy their farme 
tad how much of ihelr Mflogii they 
have recant ly been poltlflir into f«™ 
Impfowmean. The study abould 
throw ft fond deal of ttgkt w th« neees- 
aery qoaUflratlon» of firm owtwra a* <» 
Haanctal atatos, training ftud m%\wt. 
levee, Ww Jefferson baa generar" 
ehargeirfibeitwiy. 



It,— Uwit V. mmr, formerly county 
agent for Middleiea Cuunty is bow iu 
the Screen aud Blinds bMtnea» la! 
Weston, 



No Matter 

How Perfect 
Your Attire 

Tour appearance la marred anteae youi 

Footwear is Correct 



E. M. BOLLES 

The plate to go for College Shoea 



THEMIUETTJEWELKVSIOIU 



vmtt Links, Soft letter mm, 
VWIs, UM|o 1 *l«ta«ll«l 



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Ft.t w.tth lipatrlai. am 

Keptartwf fromi'tlp. 



THE HOME 

of Aggie Men 



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SPRINGFIELD 



Hotel Worthy 




Drop in for a meal or over 
night. 

TARirF REASONABLE 

Main and \\ or I hint! t on 
ou. «e e nm% 



J.D.W1LLARD TO BE DIRECTOR 
OF EXTENSION SERVICE 

The trustees of the Massachusetts 
Agricultural College bave elected John 
]>. Willard of Amherst as Director of 

■.■fusion Service. 

Mr. Willard in 1016 was eminently 
,uicessful as secretary of the Franklin 
t ounty Farm Bureau; early in l'.MT he 
became executive secretary of the Fond 

■Miiniiiee of the Maasachusetla Public 
Safety Committee and later served as 
isalttttt to Henry B. Endicoit, Food 
\ilininisirator of Massachusetts. Early 
in 1010, Mr. Willard came on to the col- 



leue statt in charge of the Extension 
work la marketing. In July Governor 
Coolidge appointed him to the Commis- 
sion tin the Necessaries of Life, and for 
the past three months Mr. Willard has 
been devoting practically all of his time 
to tliisjwork. Mr. Willard will take up 
his new duties about Jan. 1. 

Willard K. French of Old Towu was a 
welcome vicitor on the campus the first 
of the week. 

1U.— Fiske is now located with the 
Federal Bureau of Enlemology having 
headquarters at Fayette, Ind. 



H ARDWAR 



Come to us for- 



Fireplace Goods, Goat and Trouser Hangers 

Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brashes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Otensils 

Always glad to tee you. 




YOU'LL smoke a VVDC more than an ordinary pipe, 
because it's a sweet, mellow smoke. Follow the old 
pipe connoisseurs and have three, four, or more WDC Pipes 
on your rack. Smoke a cool one every time. Then you'll 
know what a real smoke is. Any good dealer will furnish 
you with several select shapes. 

WM. DEMUTH 61 CO.. NEW YORK 




WORLD'S LARGEST 



AKCRS Or PINE PIPES 



THE MUTUAL PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 



Our Representative, MR. fl. SALTEN 

will be at the 

NASH BLOCK 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd 
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th 

WITH A COMPLETE SHOWING OF 

Young Men's 

SUITS and OVERCOATS 
SPORT CLO' 
FURNISHINGS 
and SHOES 




FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 
*§ Shops-2 to 8 West 38th St. -Street Level 



WRIGLEYS 



5 
5 



c a package 

before the war 

c a package 

during the war 



5 



c a package 

NOW 



THE FLAVOR LASTS 
SO DOES THE PRICE! 




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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 3, 1919, 



FOOTBALL REVIEW 

•I'oritlnueU from i>ai*etl 

til nf the leadership of a man who has 
been a consistent ground-gainer at '**•*" 
hack. Around blm ;i- a nucleus, lucre 
will be Lewandowski, Leul.aml Whittle 
in the baektield, wiib King. Mausell, 
and Mackintosh on the line. This L'ives 
Coach (Jore a (otal of seven letler men 
with whom to build next year. From 
teaniH 11, C, and the Freshmen, the fol- 
lowing men have been playing » snappy. 
aggressive game all season Much is 
expected of them in the future. In the 
baektield, Hurd, B.Readio, Clark, Davis, 
Tourney, I.eToor, Tarplin, and Sargeanl. 
On the line, Brigham, Cotton, Gould, 
Field, Waile, Wilson, Mohor, Hunker, 
and (Jiayson. 

The schedule will remain essentially 
the same. 



SOCIAL UNION PROGRAM 

FOR SEASON COMPLETED 



Bound Copies 

— ol — 

The Collegian 

(or last year 
— FOR SALE — 

upon application to Bus. Mgr. 

$4.00 a Volume 



We c»rijr * full line of 

Students' Appliances 

RUMERY & FAY, Electricians 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let us serve you. 



ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St.. "Hamp." 

PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable— Every 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 

European Plan. 



Include* Several Artists, Well 
Known From Previous Appear- 
ances on Campus. 
The Social rniou Committee has ar- 
rmofted the following program lor this 
winters entertainments: 
December 5th. Friday Ernest Gamble 

Concert Co. 
January Srd. Saturday. Leland Powers, 

Humorist. 
January loth, Friday. Pilgrim Quart* t. 
February 14th. Saturday, Magician 
March Oth. Saturday, Freshman Show. 
March 141 h. Sunday. Hoffman »,»uartet. 
April lltli, Sunday, l'rom Concert, 
lias ens Trio. 
Motion picture programs will be put 
on as ..pportunitics arise dttrlag the 

winter. 

The Krnesl (iauible Concert Company 
|g on ol the beat known popular con- 
cert companies in America. It has 
,n,.i, exceptionally line concerts at this 
institution on three occasions. 

Mr. Leland l'owers, the well known 
humorist, has appeared twice l.efore M 
tfca social Union programs. 

The Pilgrim t/uartel is one of the 
I. est male quartets ol BostOS). 

The name of the Magician W* Kehru- 
ary 14tb. will be announcer! latter 

The Hoffman Quartet which will ap- 
pear March 14th. is i ipOSSd of artists 

from the Ibmioii Symphony tin lustra. 
The Haven* Trb. which will give a 
concert in collection with the Junior 
Prom is composed of Mr. Kayinoiid 
Haven*, who gave us a piano a recital 
„,.,- two years ago, Mr. Alwiu Scbroa- 
der, wli.. for sixteen years has been first 
'cellist of the ilosiousy in phony orebes- 
tra, and Mr. Sylvaln Noack assistant 
.oiicertruastei in the Boston symphony 
irchcstra. 



WORD AGRICULTURAL CLUB 

OUTLINES PLANS 



mm 



BEVERAGE 



£&> a/if-tfoar-round soft drink 

For college men, busi- 
ness men, professional 
men, men of sports- 
baseball, football, golf, 
tennis, shooting, riding. 
For everybody, every- 
where, the year 'round, 
Bevo is hale refresh- 
ment for wholesome 
thirst — an invigorating 
soft drink. Ideal for the 
athlete or the man in 
physical or mental train- 
ing—good to train on 
and gain on. Healthful 
and appetizing. It must 
be ice cold. 

Anheuser-Busch 

ST. LOUIS 

Serve H cold 



EAT MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

All of our dairy products are made 
from pasteurised milk and cream, 



Cottage.Netifchatei.Oiive. 
Pimento and Club Chees* 
let Cream. 

Send for our price list. 



Dairy Department 

Massachusetts Agricultural Collage 
Amherst. Mm* 



An informal meet inn was lulu al ibe 
Davenport on Sunday evening. No*. Si, 
i,. dtSSMS the proposed M \ ' • bap- 
lerof the World Agriculture Society. 
It was decided to ask the different 

( labs '.. wad two ds l sg sl w saab to a 

( ntttM *bltb should forniulale 

plans for (he p t up sss d tsdSfSVtbM. 

The general purpose of the movement 
were staled as follows: 

1 To further a sympai !■• itlc under- 
standing among al! nations in mailers 
relating to lie prodiMrfloii, distribution 
and e«BM»ptto» of tk* ftwtnets «* lbe 

soil 

t, To encourage study of tbe priucl-l 
plrs which should control tbe agricul. 
tural policies of the ***d to the end 
that every Individual may due hi- full 
duty and may enjoy bia rigbrinl share 
of tire results. 

i, To aid in the application of these 
principles through ihe dla«eiutnaiiun of 
latormstton, the eiehaege of modems 
gad teachers be i ween educational in 
amotions, the furthering of regulation. 
and the rendering, of practical aaaia- 
tanee In the agricultural regions devas- 
tated by ibe world war mid whatever 
snob aaahrtsnee H seeded. 

4, To promote the eorrellatton on 
world lintw of all ag e nd a s ooiweined 
in rural Improvement, technical, aofen- 
tifc, eoooomle ami social, and a greater 
appreciation of the poeslblJItJei of the 
country for development of ibe highest 
types of individ ual and social li fe. 

f 18.— J. l>. Freneh is at the Univeraiiy 
of Hritisb Columbia, Vancouver, B. C. 



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AMHERST BOOK STORE 

Note Booka Fountain Pens 
C. F. DYER 



AMHERST VARIETY STOM 



MOTIOM* 

J. H T1OTT, MMMtftaMl 



HENRY ADAMS & CO. 

The Rpxall Store 

Drags 

Sodas 



AMHERST SHOE REPAIRING CO. 

Your Shoes Bepared 

WHILE YOU WAIT 



Candy 



-The- 

COLONIAL INI 

Pleasant Street 

JUST BEFORE YOU ENTER THE CAMP1 i 

Tbe stndsnt gathering plsee for 

tbe real home cooking snd 

college life. 

Board Weekly and Trawent 





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flDEC 121919 



MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAI^ COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



No. 10 



ALU M NI 

ANNUAL BOSTl CONCERT 

AND DUE 






Alumni Get-£ tether 

at £ 
Copley Plaza,Scc. 20 

ALL OUT! 



Tbe Musical Clubs will start their 
concert season neat Friday evening, 
l^oeniber li, In the Hadley Town ball. 
This concert will gve Ihe cluba train- 
log for tbe Boston trip, which begins 
.ut the 19th of this month. 

Tbe moat Important evenl of tbe Bos- 
ton trip la the annual alumni concert. 
held In tbe Copley-Plaaa hotel, on ibe 
^uth. Thla concert Is to be better than 
ever thla year, and the eluba hope that 
all the Boston Alumni will plan to be 
present, and to make the evening an 
Aggie get-together la every eenae of the 
word. 

The clubs will open the trip at Kew- 
t«n High school on Ibe 1Mb. <>.. the 
Stud they will be In Derry. N. B. Thla 
is the flrat tine that Aggie t»aa pl*y«d 
In that town. It may penaibly be added 
to the yearly schedule. On the »rd ( 
% concert will be given at Newburyport, 
Macs. Tbe clubs have not played there 
fur several years, and It hi understood 
that plana are being made to make thla 
program ol especial merit. 

\ New Year's lew party will be held 
in Amherst Town kail this year. Al- 
though thla will eo»s eery aooo after 
tbeeadoltkeCkrlatnwuirecetMi. ■ large 
crowd h» hoped fof to dance tbe old 
year out after tbe concert. 

scheduled plans for anal year are 
merely tentat s si present, The man- 
agement hopes to arrange a week-end 
tripti P1lf«lleld,BndaeonesrtsfMonni 
lliiiyolte (• liege. In addition to tbe 
ii.uu trips to Holyoke, SprioB*«W and 
Hartford, and small towns near U. A.C 
The quartette U showing np especial- 
ly well at rehearsals, and all the other 
•ranches are doing fine work. Hsrlss 



FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 

December 18-19, 1919. 



Tuksiiay, Ukckmheh 18. 

7-60 to 9-60 a. M. 

Poultry 70, 8. B. US. 
Uursl Engin, 75, 8. II. 10S. 
I,aii(lKca|ie 75, W. H. A. 
Chemistry 51, C. L. T. 
Veterinary 75, V. L. B. 
Mist.* Govt. 54. B. 11.318. 
Agric. Kduc.75, S. 11.317. 
Km nl So*. 7ft, K. B. K. 
Auric. Boon, 50 C, II. A. 
(Jergian 1 ami 4, 8. II, VI. 
English 2ft. I), H. 

ltMS) to 11MHI. 

Dairying 77. I". I. M. 
Poultry ftn. s. 11. US. 
Floriculture 50, f. T\. « 
MalhemHtic»76. M. B, B. 
Microbiology 50, M. L. 
Veterinary 50. V. L. B. 
Eoou, Hoc. 75. P. U. ¥, 
Uerman 25, 8. II. IS. 
• 28, F. II. <J. 
s. c. Agronomy (1) l>. H. 




h VACATION 



College will reopen with Ch.pel 
se rv ice* at 7-30, Tuesday mora leg, 
December SO, inetead of Monday, 
December 99, as lormsrlw snntmn- 
Md. fhla change is due to the 
fact that claaaea will be held on 
Kew Yeara daw which is a legal 
holiday. 



1-00 to 8-00 r. m 

Keon.Soc. 51, C, H. A. 

French 75, F. II. H 

Uenuan 80, K. H. t. 

Agric. Kcon. 77, *'. H. B. 

Agrlc. Kdiic 5t». S. B. MS. 

BttraJ See. IS, K. B. I>. 

Microhioloay 25, M. U 

French 1 and 4. F B. F. s\sbl*J 

f, ||. <i. Mackltniuic 

F. H. H 
Hlmrt Course An. Husb. D. H. 

S>10to6-10 i-. v. 

Dairying K, V. L. M. 
Horticulture 50, F. II 9 

Mathematics SO, M. B. I». 
Animal Husb. 75, 8. II MS, 
Chemlairy », C*. I« B. 
Uatbematiea 75, M, B, It 
Vegetable ttrad. 75, F. II. D 
Horticolinrel, C. H. A. 

Wki»sksi»a\. DKcrBMaaa 1" 
1^0 lo W0 a. *. 
Agronomy 60, 8, H. UW. 
Knlnmtrlogy 5B, K. B. K. 
\uric. Kcon. "B. C, H. B. 
Agronomy 15, F. I*. M 
Floriculture 75. V. B. 0, 
Poultry 77.8. H. SIS. 
lowing 15. W. H.B. 
Tnctlcel, C. II. A. K B. D. 
h. C. Rural F.ugin. i4>. 1>. II. 
Mtrr.»l.i«.logy 1, M. L. 

10-00 to 1S-00. 

physics 15, 0, H. A, 

H. C Uyglene and laa. (1) D II 

1<0O to i^OO f. m 

Pomology W, F. U. F. 
Entomology, 50, E. B. K 
Physics 50. P. h. B. 
Ta.tic* m, Chanel. 
B, 0. Inglleh C. H. B. 

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GRAYSON ELECTED CAPTAIN 

OF BASKETBALL TEAM 

Hard Practice Faat Bounding Squad 
Into Condition. 

Saturday afternoon ai a Bis«tln«of 
the basketball squad Porrsst Qfayaoa of 
Milford SSS elected captain lor this 
year. Oraysoo to a lattar man la both 

basketball and fool ball. Bs played on 
the 1911 sin'cessful i|iiinici ami his in* 

work this fall was nag el the bright 
tpota in the fixrtball lema'i saceam 

Practises for varsity liasketlcill are 
bStag heW each day la IBS Drill 
Hall. It i* too early In lb* MSlOn to 
pick oin tbt live men who will line up 
agslasl C. A. f. on Jan. 8. Uoach BofS 
ha* a large seaad out which Includes 
s ,,u,e teli or a dogen men who will make 
keen cmipetition for varsity material. 
A i each pfastkM one or two games are 
held between i he four teams. This hi 
usually preeeeded by a long drill in 
ibootlftg basket* from f.oiU. ami in 
Skootlag from Ihe lH.ftM»t dlslame. 
Manager Camplrell i« being assisted by 
|,„ckw.MMl. Prait and Bunker, and six 
s,,phomores who are candidates for 
assistant managerships. 



LOCAL TALENT TO BE TESTED 
IN UNUSUAL VAUDEVILLE 



POMOLOGY CLUB READY FOR 

noK » l< :i 1 1 R .\ I . aiow 

8everal OuUide Commercial BxhibiU 
add Featurea to tbe Display. 
The Pomology rlub held Us regular 
i.uciirm at 74*1 Tuesday evening and 
I was attended by a sizeable, but inter- 
ested audience Mr. Van Meter of tbe 
Extension Service was the lecturer, 
talkirm on the work and organUatlon ol 
the extension service and starting how 
thepeople.d the Htatewiiild useillobel- 

letadtaaisga. several of the Niudenis 

then report e. ion ln.it paper*, and Stowe 
Ka ve the Club a talk on the profited 
organlaat ion of a chapter of Ibe World 
Agriculture Society here al M. A « 

The remainder of the meeting was 
given over i„ business fn connection 
With the Horticultural 8bow. Wood- 
ward rep..t!..] tor lbs committee which 
has been working on this, and elgbi vol- 
unteers were aeenred lo belp witb tbe 
■cuing up of Ihe exhibits. The show 
will be In Kr.ti.ii Hall nest Friday, 
Sntnrday and Sunday from I hit and 
Haiurday oeniug. It«»th floor* will be 
turned o-.er f..r ihe exhibit , which will 
include, •»« tin- tlr».i HiMir, a flower ex- 
hibit, orehnrd im|demerrls, landscape 
desu •• -keeping, and plate fruits. 

o m n,e mound So** w»ii bstbs Bsslmat- 

tural Manufacmrw exhibit, ix.s fruit*, 
a packing demonstration, fruit diseases, 
and llortieultnral book*. 

There will also be rBpresentativM and 
exhibits at the show from Sherwin-Wil- 
liams Co. and from P. A. Bead A I 0. d 
Kew York, dealer* !u fruit contain, fl 
and sbipplug equipment Kainrdiy 

rternoon at fhreeo'clockStowewill give 
ffiiisilssii !■ irtfif I 



Roister Doisters Arrangiug First 
Student Show for December 13. 

* |ty ('. M. itosrdnian.! 
baturday night, Dec IS, al H-00 p. M., 
IB Stock bridge Hall, mark* the return 
ot one of the pre-war custom* W the 
Aggie campus. This Is Ihe annual Stu- 
dent Vaudeville which ha* always been 

a big tsatass w oollag* satartaln msals, 

and this year's event promise* to be no 
, -x.epiioii lo the rule. Theie ha* been 
attempted nothing alotig ibis line since 
Ihe fall -d IttlH and it i* therefore HfW 
to nearly all the student body. It Is 
under tbe management id the Bolster 
Holsier Dramatic Society, baf it is truly 
a real siudent show. Kadi act, and 
iher* are to be IS of them, is put on by 
r separate group of men. Kach fratern- 
ity, tl.e Common* club and the Soii- 
Krateruity men bave an a«'t which is 
arranged by each respective organisa- 
tion. Originality and |»cp. with a 
touch of mystery, are ibe features of 
the entire bill. It U rumored that a 
big surprise Is lo be sprung on Salur- 
day nlgbl and no one should mbmlt. 
As to the nature of this surprise no In- 
formation can be obtained, bnt the var- 
ious posters about tbe campus suggest 
many possibilities. 

There Is much good material in col- 
lege for the vaudeville stage and It will 
all be there on the IStb. Such ai are as 
"Jack" Smith, lre*h from a long season 
in Pari*; ,, Kiiiu" Babbit of past vends* 
ville shows, nnd « oben" Leavltt of 
10S1 Presbmen Show, will be on the 
boards Several men, new to this form 
..I activity, will sleo be featured In acts. 
t>ue >d the main purposes for the Aa- 
nual Student Vaudeville, early In tbe 
year. Is to keep up the Interest in dra 
matles al college and to bring out new 
material for later Bolster Oobittr pro- 
duction*. 

Special perwIaBmn baa been obtained 
from the antborlUsB at both Smith and 
Ml. Bolyoke to allow tbe girls lore- 
main lor tbe show. Smith ilrls mu»t 
leave the center ai 10-00 o'clock, and 
Ml. Bolyoke girla will stay until ll-». 
A special car will leave the erofw-waJhs 
in lime to connect with the 10-00 car for 
Northampton. Ben going la I be In- 
lormal should proeafS a t'eket for the 
show at the same Uma that they buy 
their InfiHmal llckeis, as seals will be 
reserved in a special section l..r all In- 
formal It if* and will be held until Mi 
Th. regular student lickei is gi»od for 
ihl* entertainment, but is ool transfer 
able. For I hose not holding such tick- 
ets the price Is A0 cents. 



The co-eds have the honor of being 
ihe and skater* on the sassfrtsa pond 
ibis year. Two advent urou* *pri.es 
were sees ftititng hither and yon over Us 
f rose a surface just after dawn Friday 
morning, 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



1 1 



Th« Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday^ December 10, 1919. 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobber* of Wrought Iron and Brans i'ipe. 
Vslveii and Kittlnaa for Steam. Wutei ana 
G«, Asbestos and MiitfnvftiH Holler anil 11* 
( oveilnii*.l'ip*« <it tnSkenl,. Mll!S,u.pi«ei 
Knulneeri and (ontraetors for Steam ami 
Mot Water Heuttnir. Automniie Sprinkler 
Systems. Holler and Kniiine < t.iiniM llonn. 

Holyoke, Mmi. 



RELAY SQUAD LOOKS FAST 

NINE MEN OUT 



EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 

U 'ontin tied front page 1 1 



Stkphen Lank Folqeb. <la*.i 

MAMirrACTrniiiNo jwwmu»*B 
ISO BROADWAY. NEW YORK 

CLUB AND COLLKGK 
I'INS AND RINGS * 

OUI.lt. NII.VKK Aim BHOSIB M»DAl* 



Three of Last Year's Team Available 

—Captain Wright Leaving 

This Term. 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 
of best makes 

0YEIN8, ALTERIN6, CLEANING, PRESSIN6 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and Gents' Furnishings 






COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

Expert Repair Work Done 

Shos Shim Stank 
J. C1NSBURC, 1* Pteaiaat Street 



In response to a call for candidates 
for Indoor track, nearly twenty men 
have banded in their names to Manager 
Kendall. This list includes Dewing and 
Sullivan of last year's team, Pree who 
was on the 1918 team, and Carletoo and 
Spring, also of last year's squad. 
Among the new men are Alger *21, Gray 
'81, a member of last year's interclass 
championship team, and Bent '82, who 
made a good showiugon his class team. 
The Freshmen class has sent out several 
„ ie n who should make good. Captain 
Wright will not be available as he wtll 
graduate »ext month. His position 
will be hard to till, but in spile of this 
fact, with such a wealth of other ma- 
terial, Aggie should be well represented 
on the board this winter. 

V7. M. Dewing will act as coach this 
Mason and with his experience under 
former coach Dirkinson, be should be 
,ble to till llM poHition. Oliver Flint 
will look alter the training and condi- 
tioning of ibe men. 

U„. bMld twk in back of i he Drill 
Hall has been undergoing repairs ami 
will present a new surface. 

GAMBLE CONCERT PROVES 
TO BE SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR 

First Social Union ■nterteinment 
Highly Appreciated 



8-10 to 5-10 !'. m. 

Pomology 75, W. H. A. 
Vegetable Gard. 51, F. H. D. 
Knlomology 70, F. B. K. 
English 50, W. H. B. 
Military 50, and 75. V. L, B. 
French 85 and-88, W. U. B. Patterson 

F, H. B. Mackimmle 
English 1, S. B. 102, Neal. 

F. H. F. Band. 

S. H. 801. Prince. 

Thursday, Dkcbhbkh 18. 
7-50 to 9-50 A. m . 
Botany 86, C. H. A. and C. H. H. 
Chemistry 1 C. L. V. 
Chemistry 4 0. L. I. 
8. C. Bural Engineering 1, D. II. 
10-00 to 18-00 A. m. 



College Stationery 

With Seal and Numerals. 

Desk Calendar Pads 

With balance of 1919 and all of 1920. 
All kinds of 

Fountain Pus, 9mm m Im si-Im) Books 

A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer an d Station* r 
MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

RUOS AND CARPETS 

- B, O. MAWH BTATE- 



Mills' Studio 

Post Office Block 
Amherst, Mas*. 




The opening entertainment of the 
,ear under the gusplces of the Social 
I ,„on. last Friday night in Bowker 
%i..Uiurlum. proved to be very succeas 
, u ] botk in sbm and sppreclatlveness »t 
the audience and In the excellent qual- 
ity of the program. 

The entertainment was a succession 
..I musical numbers by the Krnest <;am- 
l.le < ..to • tt l'ariy. composed of MU* 
, |,..„ e l'age, violnl.t: Misa 
ll..|,.,i Hee.l, IIIIIW pianist, and Mr. 
I ,,„,. «;amble. basso cantante. This 
trio on Hs two previous engagement. 
here has furnished a high class concert, 
and that of this season was no ex- 
emption. 

Th* numbers rendered were mostly 
H aaeieal, but with enouizb lesser oper- 
atlr airs to add variety, and make the 
MMgJ „f the concert general. Perhaps 
,„.. two favorita ietarttow were a piano 
L.i.. Hungarian Bhapsodle Number 
Two," hy Miss Beed, and the entire trio 
in *l*t Us Uave Peace." 

Tbeooneertof Friday night certainly 
•«««d like old times, and was a gm.d 
iK-ulnning for the program of •'»''"' 
.ff.lr. which has been arranged. The 
next social Union eatertaJnmeol will 
l>e Saturday, Jan. t. 




MAROON 

RYSANTHBMDHS 



OfMUni by Tiir. 



ITi<rtte: 



LIBRARY SUWOUKS TO 

« tM LEGE SttVICE BUREAU 

The Library has recently subscribed 
L* the special college service supplied 
by the Bab«.n statistical OrganlaaiWm 
,„,,. „ r WrilMley Hills. The ser- 
t ,, fefMftw i»v Hip Library In thi* way 
, rjooatstotoaeeopyef imWa'eBae- 
(MM BemmriUM, The M«nthl V />«.* 
Hhtrl. The Wttkln Harnmeter Utlrr^nd 
n „ MerennUlf HHtMi*. to be currently 
re «iv«l sad kept on tile at the Library. 
This Material should be of great Inler- 
M f r« the teachers and stndei.tR in Agri- 
r „Hural Economic ami i»ra. tlcelly all 
„t the the people who are Interested In 
market conditions. 



Poultry 61, S. U. 108. 

Pomology 77. vv. u B. 

Landscape 50, W. U. A. 

Physics Lab. C. II. A. 

1-00 to 3-00 p. m. 
Farm Manag. 75. S. II. 102. 
Botany 50, C. H. B. 
Chemistry 70, C I*. V. 
Bural Home Life 50, F. H. D. 
Algebra 1, F. H. F. Moore. 

M. B. B. Machiuer 
K. B. K. Parker 
S. C. Drawing. W. II. B. 

8-10 to 5-10 p. m. 

LiindM-apc 5ft, W. 11. B. 
Vegetable Gard. 50, F. H. D. 
Mi.-robiology Hi, M. L. 
Spanish 7ft, F. II. II. 

Z*ml»gy 86, C. II. A. and E. B. D. 
Friday. Dk« kmhkk, 19. 
7-B0 to 9-60 p. m. 

Floriculture 6S, F. U. C. 
lUdany 66. C. H. B. 
fe M . logy It, E. B. K. 
i beiniitry 26, C. L I 
S. 0. tJas Engines S. 11. 102. 
10-00 to 12-00 a.m. 

English SO, F. II. G. 
Spanish 60. F. II. T. 
Animal Hush. 26, (.'. U. \ 
Agronomy 1, Chapel. 
- . applied Physics. P. L. B. 

1-ou toft-tst p. m. 
Hort. Mannf. 7ft, W. H. B. 
Botany 62. C II. A. 
Bural F.ngln.86,8. II. 102. 
v < Voc. Math. M. B. B. 

8-10 to 5-10 p. M. 
S. C. Fruit <. rowing, I>rill Hall. 

Any examination not scheduled above 
must be arranged by appoint ment with 
the Instructor in charge. 

When more the* mm room Is Indica- 
ted. InstmetoTa will please poet notice 
of divisions to be assigned each room. 
In case of conflict for students having 
repeat courses, the lower class subject 
must take precedence. 



NOT MERE FACTS BUT 

THEIR SIGNIFICANCE 

Dr. Samuel A. BUot Warns Against 

Materialistic Tendencies in a 

Technical College. 

The speaker in Sunday chapel last 
week was Dr. Samuel A. Eliot, Ameri- 
can Unitarian Association, Boston. He 
chose as his text, "Behold the fear of 
the Lord that is wisdom, and depart 
from evil that is understanding." He 
emphasized the advantage of under- 
standing in our relation to the world. 
The big disadvantage of education is 
that men so often forget the spiritual 
for the material and allow scientific ex- 
planations for the romantic things in 
lite to become cut and dried, as chem- 
istry, physics or a combination of 
sciences. If one can get away from 
this idea, however, and admire the 
pure natural beauty of things, at the 
same time using scientific knowledge in 
seeking for deeper significance or fur- 
ther reasons for the phenomena, be has 
attained things worth while. This al- 
titude makes visible deeper beauty 
which otherwise cannot be seen. By 
such an attitude sight is changed to in 
sight, and the spiritual power which is 
as great as science takes its true place 
In the relations of life. 

The charm of wonder la looking at 
the big things of life makes us stop to 
analixe them. Such an attitude leads 
toward advancement, but the loss of 
this charm makes us dulled to the so- 
lution of great problems. 



Saturday Dec, 6 the Phi Sigma Kappa 
fraternity held a dance at tbeir house 
on Pleasant street. About 16 couples 
attended. The chaperons were Mrs. 
Howes of Smith College, Mrs. DUoo of 
Ml. Holyoke and Mrs* Beka from 
Amherst. 



OWN HALL 




Thursday 



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■srttlUnw'ln'New Orleans? 

ataminc suiaansetl 
taaxes. er 




Friday 



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■steams 

"HMW 
This ptetare . 
ttea, aadet 
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HORTICULTURAL STOW 

l rowttnnwl tram ta— .H 



a demonstration of •ommereia! trail 
packing both in boxes and barrels. 

There will he an eight page program 
published for the show which will he 
distributed free at the door. This pro- 
gram will give details of tbeshow and a 
Uat of the premiums. 

While scrimmaging in basketball 
practice Saturday, A. W. Smith 'SS, 
broke an artery in his nose. The ser- 
virrs of a physician were necessary, 
before the flow of blood oo«M be 
stopped. 



I Saturday 



V.4 — vll 



Mibe!Nomii™li M Ts.hH" 

A cv<" lose of cosseaTiA 
'Bwapoar of tsaalrterl abe 

nddles s tesj. kM* a 



hwr 



Monday 



earn, ropes s roaster. _- 
toT«, win* hrv«. aaJtsratee 
Kiiass #*oaaler ttaa Ws 

Hot* Ins." _ 

N« w ■ w*»siy ,U.rS Cessedg 
tts Bp.**The Caster faea" 

W s». S. S^t asd Aaa IHsle 

••mn aatasna" 

level, »« g*fiJ£_ELJ£! 

H»K tor s aereaisiesB w««»n 
metstresi 





25tlTsEMT-gNNUAL SHE FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS 

$40.00 Overcoats, $30.00 
Fancf Vests, Hats, Gloves, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Underwear, etc. 

Ail full dress goods included in this sale. 

Sale Starts Tuesd ay, Dec. 9th 



CAMPUS NOTES 

W. L. Bastile '23 who entered with 
the class this fall has left college ami is 
now living on Wabash Ave.,Chlcago,lll. 

Special infttuction is being given by 
the entomology department in the form 
f seminars to those men who are to 
take the civil service examination in 

April. 

The class of 1021 met Wednesday 
evening for the purpose of discussing 
/ncie* affairs. Such matters as the 
dedication, scheme of contents, etc., 
mere voted upon. 

The Library has recently subscribed 
to the special College Service of the 
Itabson Statistical Organization, Inc. of 
Wellesley Hills. The service secured 
hy the Library In this way will consist 
„f one copy of Baboon's Business Ba- 
rometers, the Monthly Desk Sheet, the 
Weekly Barometer Letter, the Mercan- 
tile Bulletin, and the Commodity Bul- 
letin, all to be currently received and 
kept on file at the library. This ma- 
terial should be of great interest to the 
teachers and students in agricultural 
economics and practically all of our 
people are interested In market condi- 
tions. 

The College Library endeavors to 
„erve the teachers and students en- 
timed in regular college work, the in- 
vestigators connected tritb the E»- 
,.. ilmeot Station, the research workers 
,,i the Graduate Hebool, and the people 
connected with the Extension Service. 
In addlton, and not leas Important, sre 
those of our people engaged In pMrely 
,l,„inistratlve, clerical, and Industrial 
lines of work on Ibis campus. We have 
i....ksand magazines which should be 
„f help and interest to «mce workers. 
lM ..M.iem,electriclane,and many other 

n and women working here. All of 

it is available for use In the Library or 
,.r at home and a cordial Invitation Is 
tMH out to everyone connected with the 
Collage to come In or telephone and 
»re what it can do for them. 

1981 Index Coming 
The 1981 /adea board la laboring In- 
dustriously in an effor* to produce a 
pnblieartoH that trill ©ampere favorably 
vrtih those of the pre-war period and 
one which will be worthy of the fif- 
teenth anniversary elans. From hegln- 
mng to end the watchword will be 
-jnality and twl quantity. The length 
■ f tbe book will be s medium between 
i he 1980 and 1918 (books) or spproxl- 
mately 860 pages, K will appear the 
latter part of Febiuary or the tret part 

of Marsh, 

I., addition to the tanal Bee of sub- 
jetrts, there will be several new features 
presented Including a complete history 
of tbe college com piled by one of 
Aggies oldest and beat known Alnmnl 
with several original photographs to 
fcTOapaay it, and many Hems of inter- 
est that have to deal wllh tht Pioneer 
Crass of tl. 

Menorah Society 

I ir. Goldstein, of i he Free Synagogue 

.,f Sew York City, spoke to the Men- 

orab Society, at 11 *. «•» Sunday, »«v- 

ember to, in the Entomology Building 

library. Dr. 6oideteiB discussed the 






history of the Jewish race, and gave a 
short Bible talk. He also explained 
the* need of Jewish university men for 
social service work. 

The Society hopes soon to secure the 
weekly or bi-weekly services of Pro- 1 
fesBor Drachsler of Smith College, to[ 
conduct meetings here on the campus. 
"What Can A Kan Afford" 
Tbe American Economic Association 
is conducting. a prize essay competition 
for the best contribution on the subject 
mentioned above. A first prize of 
*1,000 and a second of 1600 are offered 
for the best papers. All those inter- 
ested In this competition should apply 
to tbe college librarian. 

Jackson Editor-in-chief- 
The 1988 Index got under way with 
the election of tbe edilor-in-cbi.f 
and business manager at a class meet- 
ing Wednesday afternoon. For the 
editorial head the class selected B. 
F. Jackson of Belcherlown, and for the 
business department, H. W. Spring of 
Braintree. Both men have bad consider- 
able experience in their lines, and both 
have made good on the editorial board 
of theCou.xoiAS. There la an abund- 
ance of talent in the claaa and with 
these men as leaders and organizers 
1928 should be able to put out a cred- 
itable boost. 

Poultry Show at M. A. 0. 
The Third Annual Dressed Poultry 
and Egg Show will be held in Stock ■ 
bridge Hall Masauchusetta Agricultural 
College Dec. 18 and IS. 

The show will feature the exhibits 
prepared by students in the department. 
Birds specially fattened by ndlvldual 
students will be a big attraction 
There will also be exhibits from SOSB. 
tnereie! poultry farms throughout the 

stale. 

Competition will be especially a* I 
between both students and commercial 
poultry mm in heir resperiive cl a sses 
tor the Batchelder and Snyder iropby 
and the prices which are offered i hrougb 
the American Poultry Aaeeeiatloa, 

The judging will be done by a prac- 
tical commercial man from one of the 
metropolitan markets. This man will 
also give a short talk on some phase of 
tbe markel situation. 

The auction sale which concludes the 
ttbow will afford not only much amuse- 
ment bnt also dalWomt toasts to the 
hfgbMt bidders. 

Hake Money While Ton Sleep! 
Wanted ; Somsoue to stay at West Ex- 
periment Station nights during the 
Christmas vacation. Liberal pay 
See Blchard < Iv.k.ltM. 
While In Detroit attending tbe Inter- 
nationa] V. M, C. A. convention. Craw- 
ford *80 saw Dunham '17 and Latham 
*17. From all appearances of rjrosper- 
ity those Aggie graduates and Henry 
Ford are running the city. Dunham U 
a ehembrt fc« the Wgeallve Ferments 
Company.*^ Latham Is working In the 
Ford tractor planl In Dearlwrn, Mich. 

The class of 1981 met Friday evening 
for the purpose »* dl*cua sing the adop- 
tion of tbe honor system. Because of 
S. msny argument. ^ *f«J*^ » ~ 
decided to postpone the rota mUI the 
noxt meeting. 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's 0ffice-$1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 



Deuel's Drug Store 



ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORDS 



Kodaks and Supplies 



Fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

NORTHAMPTON 



BECKMAN'S 
Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 



MORANDI • PROCTOR COMPAN 
Institution Cooking Apparatus 

Ml WASHINGTON »T. " 



Manufacturers 
of 



TOSS 




Batchelder & Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AND POULTRY DRESSF.MS 



KrwM.WAt.r. i »n iv 

Mutton, Lamb. Veal. Perk, Mam-.. 
sages, Poultry , flame/ Butter. Cru cue. 
Rags. Olive Oils. 



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Blackstene, Korth and Si 
BOSTON, 



ir BtMetSi 

riASS. 



A, W. HIGGINS, South Deetlield, Mass. 

Dealer hi Fertilisers ml Fertilizer Material 



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PRINTERS, 

No i, Cook Plecs, Atafcerat, Maae. 






The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



■ 







THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 



BOARD OF EDITORS. 

.Iamh.sI'. MAPI >s '!». Editor-in-Chief 
JOBM A. dUWVOas 'SO. Managing Editor 



ASSOCIATE Editobb. 

(iROHClK B, WtMlDWAKI" "JO. 
Ill ••!!.. I W. KllMAN '21. 

Kiibkbt !.. Junks "M 

I.AWHKNCK P. MAKTIN tl 

M vM'i ii A, BARNARD 'TZ 

ii,. !■, mm w. Brnixu ■« 

Kl i Mis,, f. JACKSON 'ti 



lii-IM" DBI'AUTMRNT. 
(iKuKUKM.t'AMfHKi.i *20. Huslnesa Manager 
Oaoaa* A 8MI1H 'WO. Adv«rftolng Manager 
Hkhi.i im I.. R>n *'-'t. Clrrulstlim Manager 

KVKHKTT <\ I'HKSToN 't\ 
ItnliKltr M. I.IN44IIAM "XI 



The first payment of Memorial 
Building Pledges is due January 1. 

These payments may be made 
at registration at the Treasurer's 
Office. 

Prompt payment will do three 
things ; 
It will increase the fund by saving 

interest payments on borrowed 

money. 
It will enable the Committee to 

meet contractor's bills promptly. 
It will continue the Aggie spirit 

that has meant success from 

the start. 




Subscription *2.00 per year. Single 
copies, 10 cents. Make all oriiers paya- 
ble to The JrUsaachusetU Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please mitlfy the business 
manager aw soon as possible, 

Entered as second lata matter at the A mharst 
Post offlrs. aeeSfiea' for Mailing stapeftat 
rate <>f i*«44iag4« i«r<»* tded for hi section lies. Art 
..r «h-i<>lM>r. 1917 sutbortMsl Auiinst St. ttU. 



The Honor System. 

A ay measure which Is to be truly 
effective mast have its weapon of en- 
lufMMlWt The honor system Is no rx- 
ceplion hi the rule. Public opinion Is 
the lent ' l»at holds the wavering indi- 
vitluals to the execution of the pledge. 
Without public opinion the system is a 
forea and ■taHf opportunities lor an 
even greater measure of dishonesty 
than exists without It. 

It i» i|tiile evident lltal M t la*— rumpus 
there is not that sentiment against 
• -ribbing MMMfcTJI to prevent mine men 
from using unfair means t4. pass exam- 
ination*. RM ran such a sentiment be 
n-.tii-.l by merely menlloning it. It 
tiin«i 1.4- ban wlMile out of some ruth- 
less experience. <»r It must grow from 
Infancy tbruugh the slow growth of a 
reform program. 

It is not at all M the Hldll ofl Aggie 
that M. A. r. student* do not feel the 
sense of honor stifDclently strong 14 
make the honor system a sneceas. 
There have so far appeared mi champ* 
M.tH fi»r It with a plan of student an* 
foreemenf similar f» thiwe worked In 
Df her rollegeti. We who pride onraelvea 
on the spirit wllb which the student 
body supports Its athlell« teams, and 
on i he success nf tbeae teams against 
rivals, have a scire against us that is 
no credit. 

If we are to have an honor system we 
in nst institute tiMsasnrea of responsihil- 
Hy l4i enforce It. If no men care In 
siaml mil lM lie moral unity of M. A. 
» thru nofniibr-r disgrace should be 
added by letting an nnworkable plan 
remain In practice. J I I 

COMMUNICATION 
jtox- LTHMrm Mtn 1 1 1 

The purpose of (In* editorial Is to 
bring to Ike nlteniion of the student 
body and of the member* of the faculty 
who supervise nou-aibJetifl*. the fact 
lhat conditions governing the dlstrlhii- 
tloU, and In fact the very slw and ap- 
pearance of the iioti-athletie medals 
are anaattofaefnry to t he man concerned. 

4 it ciurse. those who earn the medals 
would like to receive ihem In a short 



time after they are due, but everyone 
is ready to sympathize with an organiz- 
tion which has no funds. However, 
that is not where the main ilifticully 
Hat, for mitiicieiil lumls fi»r a IftTgfl 
numbci 4»f meilals can easily be 4-ollected 
by a small contribution fr4ini every man 
at mi Assembly. There ahnuhl be no 
objei-lioii to I his met 1hm1, si lire a student 
tax wa*. ^4-llimpos4-4l |4»i the purpose 4if 
giving sweaters to varsity athletes, ami 
the non-athletic workers surely 4leserve 
some token of appreciation for their 
work almost as much as the varsity 
man deserves his sweater. 

The fact that the men must wait a 
lung time for the meiials Is of minor 
importance however, f«ir they must 
come eventually. The real ohjiclion is 
that the medal as It is leiftj is a large, 
| u .,m, unil not very decorative affair. 
It may be laken f.»r granted thai the 
varsity alhlelt la proml of his M' and 
Is noi at all averse to displaying It, 
which is as it should be. It may also 
be taken for granted that the nun-ath- 
letic worker la proud of his medal and 

woulil like to display It, bill since it is 

made in Ihc form of a watch t<.b, and 
since the maJ4irliy of s oU f men wear 
their watches on Wablemar chains in 
their vest p4M-kcts. t be timl.il is left at 
home. 

These are the facts In the case. May 
it be reaped lull) suggested thai they 
may be remedied by making prompt 
awariN when the medals are earned, 
ami by changing the sire of 1 be medal 
to that of a cent or a live cent piece In 
order that It may be worn on the watch 
chain. Ii really seems lhat tbeae con- 
siderations are M more than the men 
in nmi-athleMi's ileseive. and It is cer- 
tain that i be majority of there aM 
heartily In fav4ir of the prupoaed 
change. It la hoped that the proper 
authorities will take prompt action. 

E. H. 1 



In the sight 

All cats are gray! 

The "gray cats" in the clothing busi- 
ness include all those back-alley fabrics 
which, because they're so stylishly got- 
ten up, are hard to tell from the all- 
wool kind such aa ours. 

Know voiir dealer! 



The beat of everything college rasa wear. 

Special " Shopping »ePtiea" 
for order, hy small. 

Rogrrs Pert Company 



Broadway 

at i:ith si. 

Broadway 
at Warren 



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Four 
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Broadway 
at S4th St. 

Fifth Ave 



PiUVAL 

Economy 



The truly economical eream separator Is 
one which skims clean the gieateat amount 
of milk for the longest period of time. 

The fact that the De Laval skims clean 
makes a De Laval an especially good Invest- 
ment In the fall when many cows are going 
dry and clean separation of the strlpplnga 
la desired. 

With ordinary care, a l>e baval Cream 
Separator lasts a lifetime, because Its supe- 
rior bowl construction nerniltg of the bowl 
being made smaller in stee and run at lower 
speed and with leas exertion 

This durability, coupled with unequalled 
clean skimming and honeat capacity rating, 
umkeg the I>e I-a^al the moat economical 
separator In the li>nu run. 

Due to Urge rapacity, eaay tnmlng and 
easy cleaning, the De Laval Is also econom- 
ical with the operator's time and effort. 

More De Lavala In nse than of all titner 
makes i-4»mblned. 

The local De Laval agent can further 
explain the economy of the l»« Laval, 
or an In4iulr>i44hl reused to the nearest 
lie [Aval omce will bring a catalog 
and complets Information. 



THE DE UVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 

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Shoe 

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College Candy Kitchen 



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HOCEW HtACTtSI STARTS 

WITH SWF ITUmiNG 

Candidate* li»r this years hockey 
lentil were called not last Wedneaday In 
Assembly, * reporttnt. "Snnny" Man- 
sell Isi-oaching ami has already started 
the men off with hard wurk-onla la the 
ft'tm of crtwi K»ontry rftitnlng. A 
Iralninu table has been started at l»ra- 
\mr Hall, and the men are to be required 
to keep strict training. ,\ »***i*l team 
la ex peeled, and an escelletit «oliH4lule 
la belnE wurked oni. The schednle ; 
will be puiillshed the Ural of next term, | 
Joat prevliins lo the tloje uf theflraij 
game. 

J. «. Benneit, ei-*il apenl the week-j 
mil nn ibe eaBpua. He is engaged In ' 
constructive enwlnearint work at Hen* 
den. Conn 



Home-made Chocolates and Confections 



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Creams and Biscuit 



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TRICK VESTS 

of various kinds on display at THE BOUSE OF WALSH 

this week. Will it be leather, corduroy, wool or knitted? The "invest" 
is natural. Just "vestiifcate" WALSH. 



SHORTCOURSE NOTES 

A new club is to make its appearance 
,.n the campus in Hie form of the Get" 
,,nv Cl«b f<>r the IH'iO to year men. 

A large numlier of plans for clubs, 
, .Hindis, and other organizations con- 
n-rniim the two-year men are in the 
president's office awaiting bis action. 

The two-year basketball learn is mak- 
iuu rapid headway under the direction ! 
,i Ooaeh Kmory Gray son. A si|iiadof| 
,.", mm reported for prni-tice shortly be-i 
t..re Thanksgiving. Flans call for a j 
varsity team 10 play all outside games 
with a simoimI team to participate in the 
laterelaM series. The schedule im-lmlcs 
•Muitli Auuie. Clark hchool. WlUhdon 
\.atlciii>, sntliclil Bchool, Wilhrabaui 
v.'ailemy, Woroesler I'olytcch Seconds, 
and others. K. W . Kin liner is miina- 
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CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Tlll'KSPAY, 1>K4 . 11. 

m.— Amerlcaniitaiioii L«clure,hy 
Dr. Hohner. olil <hape|. 
Frihav, 1)ki . 12, 
u,— Chapel. 

llHitictiltiwal Show, FicihIi 

Hal). 
M, Musical Clubs f 'oni-crt , I lad- 
le v. 

S vi l i;i> VV . l»Ke% 13. 

Horticultural Show, Kreneh 
Hall. 

m. Informal, Drill Hall. 
M. — Student Vailileville, \u<li- 
imiiitii. 

Si vim. l»Ki . 14. 
, H,— Chapel. 
\i. Mi-eting <•! entire t oi i i 

i.t \\ Hoaltl, C«»i i.ki.i as 

Office. 
, m, i;iee < luh Hehearsal. <>UI 

I hapel. 

StoviiATi Daa 16. 

. m.— Chap** 

TlKsliAY. I)K4 . tft. 

. m luial Kxaninatiomi Kiait. 



BEEF DEFEATS PORK! SO 

AN. HUS. CLUB DECIDES 

The Animal Iliihl»an.lr> Club held a 
very successful meetinu last Weilm -Mla.\ 
cvi-niiiff which took tin- loim of a de 
i hate on the Mtbjec! of "Itccl VersQS 

I Pork." Mr.tireen spoke o« the beet sld* 
loftha aryiimeut.whilcttialt, [jOckwood, 
ami llentley suppoiiiul polk. Ilaiviv, 
|/Hllelield. ami llafslatn We** Others W06 
spoke in favor of Im-cI. l-'ollowitiii (he 
di-l»iile there was a general dtteaacio* 
ot the Hniijc«-t by members oi the dub. 

Prof, V. A Hue I hen K»v« a sliort hiiiii- 
tii it iy ami criiiciMii of the debate ami 
c.v pressed bin views i»B the Btlbjeet, 
\\ Inn put4othe Mile of the chili I he 
tieliaU* was ilecbh'il in l.'ivni'ni IhiI bj 
a larui- ma |olit) 

I'reiei-.lnm the lb-hail- a afeori bwal 
ne^>, iiii-eiiug was held. A. c. Williams 
ami K. II, Taylor were elected sedate 
gates to i he proponed m \ I I hapter 
of the World Aurictiilurc SimIcI> 



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Marx Clothes 

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hia store. 



AMHERST AMI SUNDERLAND DIVISION, 
HOLYOKE STREET RAILWAY IN). 

A HIGHER IDEAL 

There would be no advantage Id de> 

voting the mntil valuable year* of one's 

life to gulp knowledge and experience, 

Nmtei |Mw*lhHllles and achievement* 

Wfte not lorthciiming. 

Ii la then proper to asanme thai be* 
• .ittse of his etreptlonal •cleiititlc f raln- 
tbe sgrteallnral willege man is pn»- 
-ive. well advised In the moat mod- 
•I dairy practices and the methods 
that are likely to make dairying the 
fowl profitable. 

Tun know thai profitable dairy pro. 
ilut-ibin cannot succeed wUbonl cleaalb 
MM, ami m>ii should atao know that 



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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
OBTAINS STRONG ADDITION 

W. T. Wellee, Former Heed of School 
of Educational Agrlcultuie in 

Wisconsin. Joins Local Btaif. 
"\V .s Wcllen, for li years bead of 
the Siho,.l id Kilinstional Agriculture 
Hi the IliM^r Kails. Wis., State Normal 
Btboot, (times to the MasaachuMlls 
Htsle College ai Amhersi as prufeeaur 
la AgricnUnral Kiluration. if wsa 
largely ihe genius and maaterfulneaa ol 
Mr. Welles that enabled J. W. Crabiree 
lo irau*fiirra a girl** normal school Into 
a husky ou-ediieaibinal Inaiilulbin, rtv- 
allitK many aglienltoral cidleges, carry- 
ing off all honor* In many athletic 
■port- I he niiMt unanswerable demon 
irallim ii! Mr. Welles* superb leader- 
abip Is the fawt that la competition 
with the agricultural departments of 
ihe st»ir Uals e r sftJ »ind other stale 
normal WtOull.sTliei Kails ha* supplied 
more than one-ball Ihe teachera of agri- 
culture in WkKonela, MawaacbsMtts 
U as wlee in captnrlng Profeeaor Welles 
aa Wisconsin Is frndlsh In allowing him 
logo. I'enny wise and pound fooluih 
seems to be \Vl»«-<insin's policy regarding 
her aisle normal schiMila* linan 

— J i, urn tii nf ftfsi-Bfi 



XMAS Gl 

Banners and 
Pillow Covers 




KER & 

7 South College Store. 



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Maple of maintaining a cleanll 

»s productive of the highest qoaJtfy 

dairy prmlucts, becau s e If la osed for 

'horongh and sanitary cleaning hy all 

^trkoltBTgJ College* in the United 

•"tates and Canada. 



fa circle 




V«k your supply 
man to MM >"in 
order. It «!* 
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'tfl. The secretary dealrea lntorma« 
don aa lo the address and present.- 
pal Ion of W. T, Cfcaee, In t bis connec- 
tion the serreiery etalea lhat he does 
net anile deserve the complimentary 
reference made In the Odu,muui of 
th-t.SIB Sine* 1911 the claaa baa paid 
mi*! of his expeaaeji. If the other 
elaaaea bad done as much fur their 
retariesdonhtleas t H«--»- oftu-iaU w.oii.i 
• hoti more " pip 

MUSICAL CLUK 

I f.UltnOfll ffiHti pact* 1 

Won bley , *», who was greatly mhwed 
Igai year, la doing nolo worn: l his sea- 
son, About AO men are oat at presen t, 
and pracilcally all of them will go lo 
Hadley, Thlriy*ftve men will fake the 
Boston trip, and the names will he 
posted later. 



ye Aggie inn 

CIAI- SUNDAY SUI 

HofTJt'-m«de 

WAFFLES, PIE AND ICE CREAM 

Open every night til! n P. M. 

THE DAVENPORT 

The unsurpn.w! eating hem* ■ b%r "Aggie** men and their friend*. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS 



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Pleasant St., 



The Massachusetts CoUegian. Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



The Massachusetts CoUegian, Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



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FIRST APPRENTICE TEACHER 
BEGINS VOCATIONAL WORK 



««i 



Plan of Cooperation Between Board 
of Education and the College. 

The first apprentice teacher of voca- 
tional agriculture under the new plan 
of cooperation between the Massachu- 
setts Board of Education ami the Mu*sa 
chusetts Agricultural College snter*d 
service during the month of October. 

In addition to the constant supervis- 
ion of local men, the apprentice is tie- 
quently visited by Mr. W. b. Will.s, 
professor in vocational agiirultural 
teaching, whose work at the collets is 
coordinated with apprentice supervis- 
ion. The apprentice makes regular re- 
ports to the college during bis absence 
and, on his return to t lie eolle a e. should 
obtain a much greater value from latW 
work in educational and technical 

courses. 

To he able to be absent from the col- 
lege for a term the student needs to ac- 
cumulate an excess of credits so M to 
present the required total for trradua- 
tion. He should also pf«ft»Bt a well 
rounded group of cour-e* i" aumul 
lure, pomology and similar ...il.j.-.-i*. 
Kor teaching vocational ak'riculiure. a 
considerable amount ol farm .-x peril ieec 

b desirable, hut a s ewhal smaller 

amount may he accept ed in the case Of 
men preparing to leach science 01 other 
correlated subjects which are also in- 
eluded in the curriculum of the WON 
llonal school. 

A large demand for these vocational 
school teachers in othrr states has ire 
.(uently drained the M;i«sachuM-it* sup- 
ply and this demand M*n» Hkely t« 
continue. lnstrucLirs la Maawhnsetts 
receive from flMO m eSflOD. *n«i .iin-.-t- 
om receive more, »•» the field BMspam 
well with other line* «»i work. Th< 1. 
,»artiuent of agricultural cdueati.m at 
the college ia currying out a campaign 
to meet ihe demand with well trained 
men. There U a possibility (hat m 
Senior may get in line for this 
field of work for next year by plan 
iiing carefully before the beginning m 
the winter term. Any Junior wh 
this field in mind should bruin now to 
,.lan hlsscbedole of mudi.- 10 i 

absence from college saj "» «he 

three term* In h»« .Senbu >• 

Krcsbmen or Soph«»raore« who 
template entering the teaching lirl.l 
may profit '•>' CQMw ltlo* l*» depatl- 
menl of a*rltMili«r»I education early m 
to the proper dlreciloiiof their wtllege 
work. 

HELIUM GAS TALK BY 
PROF. D0UOTTT OF AMHERST 

\t ibe Chemistry Hub meeting held 
last Thursday la lb- < hemual Ul-rn- 
iory !>r IK.uuin* ■■' Anihent (..liege 
gave a very Interesting talk OB Tli^ 
rbetnleal Oemealogy si **»«- ssselWaa 
War Halloo" lie irartMl in detail the 
history of the use of helium In airship, 
■ad eaded with as seeotiBl of the high 
itaporteoce fifty"! by lhp *** ,n lb » "*• 

cool war. 

The aociftl eotoBtiite* ban planned lor 
several trips durina the next term to 
Mrrouwling industr'sil fttftNU 
rhemistry laboratories of »»t m 
tag imtlliuthiB*. rutilni dell m « 

be given l«f«r. 

fMi club voted to suspend anion »m 

the prop**" 1 W,,,, * J \urunhui.*\^ 
until some deilnile stand Bad <<>• 
taken by the ■■*• agrl culturally in* 
eHned club* on the campus. 

The «*t tneellng will he on Thurs- 
day, Jaattftry 1.1W*. 



bide-a-wee" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

Ami oilier uiiikI llilnus to eat. 

MRS. L. M. STEBBINS 

Mi.l.lle Street. (Tel. 41.'- W ) Mu.lley. Mhsb. 



PLAZA 

Noittiuttititon • Maae. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the MM 

PHOTO-PLAY 



Are shown. 

Program cbaafte* daily aaeeat Monday 
and Tueiday. 

iickhk l". MUJftOHT. Manager, 



LEATHER COATS 



Just received all sizes in genuine Leather 
Coats in short and three-quarter lengths. 
Nearly all of these coats are reversible. 

Priced from $33.00 to $55.00 



S. S. HYDE 

i:t t'leuiuiiit stu-i't , 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Bioken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

NUlnf action tinamntWHl 

THE M1LLETT JEWELRY STORE 



Don't forget that this b the proper place 
to boy a fjift for your father, brother, 
room-mate or friend. A man will appre- 
ciate a useful gift this year above all 
others. Give him something he will 



C.U.i. J«w*lry «nB I. In 
DrrM Halt m?U. V Ittlln. Ban 



,.f( < oltal rin». 

tondoiin -Milia- 
ria* Waich ieaalHaa. al*n !>•*•» L.at.i 

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it Mala Stra-i, 4a*m«, Haw. 




RAHAR'S INN 

jioftlwiwpurt. Ma^^-hwtta 

EUROPEAN TIM 




F. M- THOMPSON & SON 

Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 



v\ . . .re j a full lift* of 

Students' Appliances 

RUMERY & FAY, Electricians 

No Matter 

How Perfect 
Your Attire 

fear *y * I* ■MMea' miif*» row 

Footwear Is Correct 
E. M. BOLLU 

The place to go for Collet* Shoes 



THE HOME 

of Aggie Men 

IN 

SPMNGPUXD 



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Hotel Worthy 

Drop in for a meal or ov« t 

night. 

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BOTANY DEPARTMENT OBTAINS 
TWO NOTABLE COLLECTIONS 

Tbe Botany Department has recently 
added two notable collections to its 
,i|uipraent for advanced work students. 
Kruin an Enylish scientific company 
< nines a set of forty microscopic slides 
ol plant remains from tbe ('mil Period, 
This collection comprises sections of 
- lirilietl roots, stems, leaves, and seeds, 
and tbe remarkable state of preserva- 
tion of all of tbem not only enables tbe 
suulent to gel an idea of tbe structure 
hi ancient plants, but also preseuls doc- 
umentary evidence of the Theory of 
Evolution. 

Tbe second collection comprises 



nearly two hundred and fifty lantern 
slldet illustrative of plant anatomy. 
These are from the famous collection <>f 
negatives made by Dr. E. C. Jeffrey of 
Harvard University. Many of them are 
high power microphotograpby, and 
probably reprt>sent the finest set of neg- 
atives of tbe kind in tbe world. 



*87 and '04. -l)r Arthur \V. Gilbert 
'04 has been appointed state commis- 
sioner of agriculture by Governor « feet* 
idge. and Evan F, Richardson '87 is one 
of the advisory board of the new depart- 
ment of agriculture. Tbe appoint- 
ments were made under the recent i<m- 
solldation Bcheme. 




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Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

Always glad to tee you. 



WD C Pipes are certainly a man's smoke. They bring 
the smokejoy which every man seekn, It's in the 
mellow lter.li briar, which u guaranteed against cracking or 
burning through, in quality of hit and band, and m workman- 
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London-made Aquascutum Overcoats, 

Furnishings, Hats and Shoes 

SPECIALIZING 

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and deriving its Intelligence and its mer- 
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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday. December 10, 1919. 



LONG VISTAS AND NATURAL 
FLORA BEST SAYS HARRISON 

Landscape Club Meeting Very Enter- 
taining With Instructive Talk. 
The last landueap* Hardening meet- 
ing was held Tut's.h y evening, Decem- 
ber:*, in French Hall library, Profeww*' 

K. K. Harrison of I his collenc nave an 

illustrated lecture on "Planting". 
lie 8poke oi Hit- oaceaelty <>f planting 

ami detailed I In- proper methods (O use 
He assiMh'il dial loiiy: vistas, made pos- 
sible by avenues nf shade trees, arc 
among tl»^ •»««< assets an estate CM 
have. Natural flora should furnish 
the hulk Of decoi at ion , and exotic 
plants should he used only as . urios- 
ilies. Mr. Harrison's leel urc. was illus- 
trated by stereoplieaii slides. 

The next taOttittg will he held oil 
Tuesday, de.einher alt. The spcal.ei 
will he aUlloUlieeil. 

At the Horticultural show in French 
Hall, Irceeml.el 18, 11*14,1 tM LamUeapf 
dardeniny Department will exhibit one 
hundred plctUfM which wele recent l> 
-I. own hy a civic la*] • rovciiicni aaaochv 
(toll in Philadelphia. Several spet-i- 
mens ol student vvmU will alss he 
shown. 

The Landscape < 'luh bH met iwu-e in 

I he last two weeks. Atth.-lllst merl- 

lug Prof, Wauati oi die lacitlty g»W M 
loiereatiaa slereoptlcan leetui. 

KatlaaaJPartu Tola me* ting *ao •*« 

tended bj I number ol glrk from Smith 
* ollojie, who were pt W OBl at die inviia 
don of the department. 



CAMPUS NOTES 



l.v-M— Vincent H, Maniman. form- 

artyol tttlom.fa Bow loaelilaa !■ ,,, «" 

|, ||* ti aettOOl at PalUltPi K. •' 



Professors Cooper, Jones, and Bcau- 
iiiont will lepreseut M. A. C. at the 
seetioiial meeliuu of the A inericati So- 
ciety oi Agronomy to he bald In Boston, 

I), M-.uilier 12 and IS. 

The agronomy dapartuenl is dovolop- 

inu rapidly its plans I'm a series of Held 

demnatratloai lo the use <.t fertilizers 

lo be held next April in conjunction 
with the oollaga farm. 

Mark Richardson, ux-'20, was ahout 
the ram pus over the week-end. He 
has just completed his civil service 
work at Camp Devens and inlendsto 
return lo M. A. < . next term. 

l'lans and money are at hand for the 

com plat ion oi a graduate agronomy 
laboratory to bfl situated in Nioekbridge 
lla'1. The funds for this purpnaa were 

>et aside hy the trustees ot the collcee. 
\ rare opportunity wasattorded the 
IMP men of i ne two year course lunjor- 
iuu in pomolog] i" siu.lv the .|Uesiioii 
,.t frail storage in Springfield, recently, 
under the direction of Professors Drain j 
undOoU. Theplanlsof Henry L. Perkins. 
wholesaler, and the Kaslern Slates Slor- 
Ul CO. V«ri visited, where a hroader 
knowledge '»> not only fruit siorsme pos- 
rih ilies hul also vegetables, herries, 
meat, hutier. lard, agga, fetus, ami furs 
were oained. The entire plants in hoth 
eaooa win readily ahown the class. 

,mii t.. the enuine looms where (he 

ammonia and ammonia brim- systems 

in operation. The companies 

wete v.rv obliging in oaaworing »U 

qtteattolM and the class voted a most in- 
tt reattSg and instructive inoininy The 
elaas was dismissed In time to meei die 
•pactsl train at die I'nion station. 



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EAT MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

AH of our dairy product! are made 
from paatcuriied niilk and cream. 

Salt and Sweet Butter. 
CottaR«,Neufchatei,Olive, 
Pi mento and Club Cho- 
ice (ream. 

Send for our price H»i. 

Dairy Department 

Massachusetts Agricultural College 
Amherst, Maae. 



ALUMNI NEWS 

»i4. '« oddie" uTIearn, ra plain of 
die '»:'. saisity footl.all team, and e»aeb 
..I die llHKi season, waa an iulereated 
• pcciai. .r at the Tufl» gMie, 

0, II t'hapinan 1* In upend Mime 

f,,,.e this winter in Potto W »ni lying j 

prohlem- l»i I bap- 
at 1 In- intf-trf-war 

|,».|,1 h.-lween Ihe S'l 1 ' "" ■ n,i 

I 1. .Iiiiien at I be TuCla genie. 

HI, I; II. Verbeek, wh- 1- now -I 
t ,,1 the Sew Y»rk Mi" Behoof <>l 
Su ri. -nil 1 ue at raiitoii. S. Y . had quite 
„ n„*el eiperieuce while in the employ 
glCaetoSaa. He write*: "I returned 
from France July 1*>: **nr!t*« abftMd 
.Sevea uiuBtli«. I waa eunitnhwteood 
Unit Henlenanl at the «eeond plaltBbnrg 
< amp ami wan later Iranaferred to the 
A rial h»n • •'!- I w »» eommandlng 
ofleer..f UmHW Aero Hqii.tdnm, from 
July Itia '■» January 1B1», and then 
nerved aaathlatlr ofi«« al rid«tnbey 
lm Itelles. 

•|»».-l. 0. Willis i« l-M-aied ttt Ibe 
K»perlinent Mtallon, Mayune/. Porto 

\%, — «i. BOflW Kowler hn« reeently 
heeii ifii.Hi.iird from die poallle* of 
MMl.taii! cbaitll «. ihe Jfaral Pmring 
..imiiimI*. Indian Head. Hd 10 the p«i«i- 
ti1.11 .d jumlwianl rhaailal at tb» SaTal 
[, H . i.» HraiU.n at Sewpofi, K. I. 

•j§ Bodei e* ' Hall «<* \v,.r.»—«-r 

],. f i Vane.,u*»r, It. < ^" v -". tor nn 
i»sti.fii.ive j.oirney t hrou«h the far Kaat, 
where he will v«*«t Japan. China, aod 
the Philippines He Intend* W bo 
tb«M two or more yean. 

Tl. ** I* Kelw?y Is at pre^ni In 
JIM*- 1 lurkey, where he ii an agfl- 
coltnral iii-truci.ir at the mission KBOOl 
there. He i» ilw* i» industrial work, 
and ha^ charge "t ibe dlabnmetnenf o( 
fuodB for the aid of the refugee*. 



5rV Of- tfoar -round $oit drink 

Fellowship— in college or 
ont of it— nourishes best 
with good food and whole- 
some drink. Ice-cold 
3 evo _ U nexcelled among 
beverages in purity and 
healthfulness— is most 
satisfying as a drink by 
itself or a relish with 
food that makes a hap- 
pier repast. 

ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS 



It must be 
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Note Booka FoemUla 
C. F. DYER 



AMHERST VARIETY STORE 



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J. ft TitOTT. Pleatant Street 

AWHERSF SHOE REPAIRING CI 

Your Shoe Kqwiml 

WHILE YOU WAIT 



HENRY ADAMS & GO. 

T he Rexall Store 



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Drugs 
Sodas 



Cigars 
Candy 



Amherst, 



COLONIAL INN 

Pleasant Street 

JUST BEFORE YOU ENTER THE CAMPUS 

Tha atwlaal Batheriog placa fur 

ihe real Ihmim eooklriu and 

jMitllt life. 

Board Wtd* art TraatW 







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SCOLLE0AN 



MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULT URAL COU-EGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amheret, Maw., Wednewlay, Dec ember 17. W19. 



No. II 



GLEE CLUB'S SHOWING 
CA USE FOR C OMMENT 

Excellent Quality of Music Shown by 

All Three Musical Clubs 

at Hadley. 



The Musical Clubs commenced their 
■eaiou'H proRram last Friday olflhl 
when they stilled the annual lliidley 
.oiieert in ihe Town Uall. 

The hall was filled with an audience 
■hat fully appreciated the eooeojl 
wliieb pro¥ed that the clulm IhU yenr 
.in- uoinii to be of a etandard superior 
!„ that of the last few yeara. The Glee 
nub In particular ahowed the results 
of their line iraiiiinif under Oooetl lii«e- 

IliW. 

The pngmM wim :if lollows: 
I. Trl-WWte ■•#« f i toewtll 

Mmulolln <lul> 

4 "ItxarOlil .H»«MlCh^•etOr ,, K I) "irlggi *W 

lilee » lub 

S. I'<it>ul«r Hoiiit Mwller 

Uuartrt 

i. "Klildlr »n«l I" 

Marian N. Worthey «0 
uiK-r»tl« «»tiw» Arr.br ArrnWr.mn 

Man<l.»llM (lub 
... •Hwiiril-.-ui f..r 1 liarley" mil llullanl 

oiaoCMi 



MEMORIAL BUILDING CONTRAa AWARDED 

The Ernest F. Carlson Company to Start Construction as Soon as Working 

Conditions are Favorable -Pledges from $1 to $5000 Have Been Re- 

ceived -Committee Issues Appeal to Alumni Who Have not Pledged 

to Make an Already Successful Project a Real Memorial by 

Having Every Man Represented on the Roll of Givers. 



It has been "put over." . 

At a meeting of the Memorial Building Committee, held at the Hotel 
Bellevue, Boston, Dec. 13, it was voted to award the contract for the Me- 
morial Building to the Ernest F. Carlson Company of Springfield. 

Mr. Carlson is the contractor who is at present working on the 

women's dormitory at M. A. C. .^...«™ 

M. A. C. will probably be the first college in the country toactualjy 
construct a Memorial to her sons who dted in the war It has been th« 
a im which has actuated the prompt and effioent work of the Memorud 
Building Committee throughout the past six months and they are to be 
commended in this achievement of their purpose. 



V. MolirliiK 
Air. by Knl|i(«r 
knlnrii W 



WiiArti-l 
«. "aiumb«>r a*ifi" 

<.!.-.• t tub 
•J Popular Mettle? 

Mantlolln ( luh 
Iti 'Honn t»f ON Maaaafhuaetta" 
t oinlillifil « lulw 

After th meelt the etdleue orehes- 

tra played dance music which waa en- 
.1 hy fifty eouplea until twelve 
o'clock. At that time a special car lell 
for \nilit-rat. 

The following men are member. Ofl 
this year's Musical flubs; 
Marian S. Worthley "A), Leafier of tilee 

f lub 
Charles M. rhiardman *l. leader of 

Mandolin Club 
William hum *», leader of Orchestra 
,8. Horne 10 Manager of ihe 



Mr. \th.rton (lark '77 chairman of 
the Memorial Building fommltte, haa 
iinnomieed that the American Trust 
f omnany of Itostoii, Mass., haa made 
possible ihe immediate construction of 
the Building. 

In nrder lo lake advantage of the co- 
operation of this company and to use 
,l„in with all possible falraeas, it baa 
I re.niesled thai pledge* be paid 

,„ pily and that If, at any time, if be- 

,,,„„., possible, advance payment he 
,„;„!,. •,. id.- Treasurer I - Ml.. .• at Am- 
I,. -i si Hose advance payments will 
ropnatal more than their fac* value an 
,!,.> will save interest payments «.n 
loans secured bf the fnmmlHee. 

I b« class standings show that classes 
have considerably Increased their per- 
MrtagM during the t ra«t two m 
,„„ , De „ [* a-Jll a great deal lo be de 
sired In order to ImproTe this re. .»rd 

The clawea of WOft, BMP, ItM and 
lWtfi bave all reached the list percent 
mark. 



Many men seem to feel that relatively 
small contributions are not desired. 
The « ominlifee wlsbea lo correct this 
impression ** euniribulloru! from il lo 
ffitKMi have been received and the 
smaller pledges in many rases represent 
a ninth greater sacrifice than some of 
the larger onea. 

The fommittee feels that regardless 
of the total amount of the contribution* 
no Memorial can be considered a rent 
.xiit-Hioii of appreciation for the ser- 
Htc wl... I. have been rendered as by 
out .IP eollcne brothers unleas It repre- 
sents the unanimous sa< rillce of Aggie 

men. 

The Committee wish to thank a num- 
ber of snppoMcraof the Building pn> 
j. . i who have acknowladged the hpimra 

,,( |tjM « niitiee and hate frankly 

Mated their position ami said thai Ihey 

nidi to iieij.. if n aa rtiiii »f »*»»* 

future and more opfMirtnaa date. 

Ihe class standing will b* fOOOd M 
pa*e7. 



VAUDEVILLE SHOW BRINGS 
OUT DRAMATIC TALENT 



Act Entitled "Over the River" is 
Clever Satire on Those So- 
cially Inclined. 

The annual student vaudeville show 
on Saturday night in Uowker Audit.' 
rinm under ItM aiisplcea of the Bolster 
Dolsters, advertised as beinu full of 
myateiy, pep, ami orlalnaMty. H*ed up 
to expectations, and delighted a large 
audience made up largely of informal 
guests from Mnith and Ml. llolyukc. 

Twelve acts were put on, one by eat h 
frateruit> and two hy non-fraternity 
yroiips. in addition to the mysterious 
part of the program, which proved U) 
he a skit by the coeds that made a bin 
bit. AM of the acts were original ami 
In variety arranged from imitations of 
the "I'll slap your wrist" type, to caii 
.-alines of the "leathernecka" of »be 
priae ring. Dark face aclnra art moat 
in evidence bo Ism lhaa five aketeh«s 
being black face arts. 

"While the floudt Holl by ," a mlo- 
.trelahow by Umb*la Cbl Alpha, was 
a Aral elaas sketch with a Brat clasa 
chorus, t.ootl vilu and Fuller aa acrobats 
and jokesters. proved popular with the 

aadleuce. 

Walker and Babbitt la "CNer Ibe 
Biver," were troo lo Ilia, the laiiercam 

uHaging very tumetmi olty «■ ■ demure 



**a. 



^t Howard "SI, Asslstanl Man- 
O 

ktatmtrl Meaer\e, lioodrldge, 
Fu ? own, Keadlo, llurlburt. Hol- 

low ^ ft, UtMidwln. Dunbar, t»le, 
• ro Ball. 

It er, CaacrO, Uatldaoo, lh»ug. 

lata, wilam, lAbfoTBa, McVally, 

Newi ,«,rtioan and Spenwr, 

ion-Cotton, Uulmao^pring.Vinton, 
Warren and Waugh, 

BUI Feuuiif, PoBtr, »and«w, Sean, 
Alada, Wendell, A. Wllaoo and Town*. 

Tin elaba leave for Boston Daecfasor 
iff, at noon, 



Al ibe track waattug beW recently 
•* was decided ItuH all men desiring to 
try Ml for the Indoor Ham should 
apply for equipment Thursday or Friday, 
Dte, 18 or 19. The oral praclhw will be 
immediately after the beginning of the 
winter torn. 



I k | i.i If K PRESIDENT OF 

RIFLE ASSOCIATION 

Organiaatlon Oela Under Way. Prac- 
tise StarU WnA Term. 
I he ftfto team mel has* Tuesday even- 
ing and held elections. Frellick *S0wa* 
elected eapiain an.l president; l,a»- 
bori *i, »«retary and HoWnaon *M1, 
treasurer. There are about 8., nien out 
[or the leatO, and inatt.se w II alart 
„,„„.dia«.lv at .er va, *.?»!. It is hoped 
halmaicbea with individual collages 
can he arranged t* fl« tin- men for the 

matches. if «»»■}«, '» !l ' tU( * 9LS 
rrange.l, they will be anm.iineed later 

OAKS CASCELLED. 
Th« baaketfeaJi game with <^b- 
oeoticul Agtfcmltuf*! Ooll»f% lor 
Jaouary 8, taa ow« otJiwH^. 



COLLEGUN COWHTON 

STARTS DECEMBER, 31. 

Many Men Esp«<* to Try Out For 
The Paper. 



II, ni|N»tlflon for the fof.i.ieniAi* 

Hoard will commence Immediately af- 
ter the Chrtatmaa vacation. Too poai- 
iUtm open are a* fullowa; Ediludal 
IJBpartm.Mii. one fopbomere; ibree 
FreshmHii. Busitwea IJepartmeni. one 
*, P h«wore; fbraa Freabmeo. Com- 
neiliBrs ■boold b«»i In ihelr names on 
R nlip of paf«r at the CoLt,«aiA» offlce. 
The rules for the compelllloo and Ibe 
basis f«r earning credit" will be an- 
nounced late r, 

A. L. Tower '14 !■ rotaretag lo eol- 
lege January 1, to lake up advanced 
work in Agricultural Education, He 
will alao leach certain claaaea In the 
l wo-year eoiirao. 



.smith iiiiiiden 

Ihe 'lMalay4:opler Hotel," wllb l»«»g 
boll aa clerk, Bunk#r and J.mea as c.l 
ured porters, aad Hubbard aa the Iran 
■lent goeat. waa a faro© on high class 
hotel service with the addition of humor 
of local Import and drew aeveral bin 

1-lUtf he 

f t t ? f pfoved lo Imj Ibe co-ed at t 
and waa well received. It was a bur 
tcaqoao* Fraabraan p*»ud parties, with 
M i»s (base aa ibe candidate for baptism. 
and Miaa Boles acting aa hot attendant 
In the capacity of norae. "Tony a»d 
Chw," Uavitt and "Jaek" Smlib. In 
*Tbe Colia of fbe TemptreBa** proved lo 
be iba best act of the abow. It waa a 
burlesooe on Anthony and Cleopatra, 
mined wllb decidedly modofti Jokea and 
Jaaa, aod waa a eeream all the way 
tbniugb. liockwood and Colliaa aa 
Egy pfiaa slave* in tola acf are veiy good. 

Raymond Swift in fbal M M»lody Man 
waa •BBMiaJiy good on the cornet ami 
[OMOaaeO a* aaceai 



LELAND POWERS NOTO 

HUMORIST COMINO 

Tba aacood Social Union eBlertaln 
merit will be bold Satarday evaning. 
Jan. S, In fttoekbridgo Hall. l..d.m.t 
Powers, the famous Atoerltao bumoflii, 
will give readings. Mr. Powers has 
bean h»ra twlea bofore, aod la known 
to Aggie «•» ■■ » *«? B 00 * 1 •■l«' r ' 
lalnar. Tbia eatertalomaai will be one 
of Iba laai ■■■bora o» tbla r«ar*s 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17. 1919. 

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The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobbers of Wrought Iron and Brass Pipe. 
Valves and fittings for Steam. Water and 
(its. Asbestos and Magnesia Holler and llpe 
Covei logs. Pipe tut to Sketch. Mill Supplies 
Engineers and Contractors for Bteaui and 
Hot Water Heating. Automatic Sprinkler 
Systems. Boiler and Knglne Connections. 

Holyoke, Mass. 



HORTICUTURAL SHOW BEST 

IN SEVER/XL YEARS 



K.t>.ii.»u 1K»9 

Stephen Lank Folgkb. *i««-« 

MANtrrAcrruKiNu jwrnrmUKna 

ISO BROADWAY, NEW YORK 

OX.TJB AND COLLEGE 

PINS AND RINGS •# 

•OLA. SMI.VSJK A.WO BltOHSl MMDA.L* 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 
of best makes 

DYEIN6, ALTERING, CLEANIN6, PRESSING 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and Gents' Furnishings 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

Expert Repair Work Done 

Shoe Shine Si \m> 
J. G1NSBUIG, » Pleasant Street 



lege Stationery 

With .sea! and Numeral*. 

Calendar Pads 

With balance of 1010 and all of 1B». 
All kind* of 

Fontaii ftp, mm m U BHMf Books 

A. J. HASTINGS 

Now sstoo tor mm 



Pomology Club and Department Show 

duality of Work That M. A. 

C. Stand* For. 



The Horticultural show held in 
French Hall closed Monday evening, 
after one of the most sueee**lul ex- 
hibits that the department ever had. 
The attendence was excellent all 
through the display in spile of the 
varying weather. The County Agents 
were given an opportunity to see the 
exhibit by special request on Monday 
afternoon. 

There were four large exhibits that 
attracted a great deal of attention. 
Starting at the north end of the first 
liiM.rof French Uall.lhere wan the Floral 
Exhibit, the Landscape, the An Fx- 
hibit. and the Pomologieal Exhibit. 
The Horticultural F.xhibit was on the 
second floor. The display of the Flori- 
eultural Department was featured by 
i he artistically decorated tables pre- 
pared by I he student*. The center 
table was decorated fur Christ ina» and 
others were decorated with rose* ami 
carnations. The roses were of particu- 
lar inierest because of the two new 
varieties just originated by the HadU-.v 
Hose ll.oi-.e-. They are the "Pilgrim 
ami the "Crusader" which resemble* 
the famous Uadley rose but are yet 
<iuiie di»llurtive. The earuallon dis- 
play showed the various kinds grown 
very effectively. There were only a 
few chrysanthemum* left but (he Mr 
silver cup won on (he cam pu* showed 
that the dowers had been of theil us- 
ual high quality a* this la the third 
consecutive year that the cap has come 

here. 

The Landscape Hardening depart- 
meat showed a remarkable collection 
of photographs of Memorial* aa col- 
lected by the American Federation of 
They were of especial interest 



Delicious— C. L. Wilherell.Middlebury 
Vt. 

Greening— A. P. Smith, Slow. 

Wage n er— E. K. Adams, M i Hiss. 

Stark— E. E. Adams, Millis 

Opalescent— E. F. Blchardaon, Millis 

Spy— Walnut -Knoll Farm, Beading. 

Mcintosh— A. 1*. Smith, Stow 

The department exhibit consisted of 
varieties divided up according to their 
adaptation. Also there were plates 
from Wankington, Wisconsin, Kaasaa, 
Iowa, New York. etc.. showing the de- 
velopment of certain apple* in the vari- 
ous districts all over the country, A 
striking example was the Hen Davis 
which U SO disliked around here, and 
yet to see this apple as it is grown in 
Washington convinces us thai the va- 
riety is not so had but merely eul of 

place in Massaelitiseit-. 

The Uorticiilliual Manilla, iiiicn Ex- 
hibit was on the second floor and I he 
room was full of woiideiiul example* 
of modem cookery as taught from the 
manufacturers viewpoint. The jelly 
contest wa* of much interest. The 
prizes being awarded to ('. li. Fuller, 
w . \. Laeoasd P. c. Whittle respec- 
tively. There were frull, butters, pre- 
serves and many canned pfOdfMlS, 
showing the practical and economical 
li*,- ot orchard hy-produets. in this 
room was an exhibition b] the depart- 
parlmenl showing some model equlp- 
meiu and fruit and product anuJy- - 
Also in the other end .»f the rtmnj was a 
di-play o| package Unit illustrating Ibe 
method of packing the virion* con- 
tainer*. 

• oieuf the minor displays, Nil none 
the les* important, was the exhibition 
,,i equipment. There were ihe pruning 
and spraying tools with orchard picking 
necessilieM. lu the center was an apt- 
cullural display set up by < harle* 
Doftcelia, which included the equip- 
ment of a modern bee hive with old 
model* a* * background. The eaten- 
■ton service showed three sets of their 
extension Ubrarle* as they send them 

request 



FULLER ELECTED MANAGER 

OF FOOTBALL FOR 1920 



Vote in Assembly Gives Him Much 
Sought Position. 

Ijueiue Fuller, of Lowell, has been 
elected manager of (he football team 

for the coming year. Fuller entered 
college with the class of Uf-'tt Horn the 
Haverhill Blgb School. lie played 
center on the W8Q freabaiea team. Hi 
pras elected ela** eben* leader la his 
sophomore year. From the S. A. T. C, 
unit at this college, be was sent to the 

Centra! Otteiti Train Ins < amp at tamp 
Lee, Va., in Use second group. H»* did 
not return to college last year but cum. 
back this fall with the class of 1981. 



TOWN HALL 
Thursday 



MHt. St 

\ ve. lit * 



Friday 



Mat, *t a 

Kvr.st h 



Elsie Ferguson sad David 
Powell in 

•'HIS PARISIAN WIFE" 

linn l> olit- of KtSt* leiutl 

*ott'« UK.*! Urauiaile iilettiren. 
In slit- latent l'retii-li tf.iwiiv 
She SOMtte* ■* puritan >••« 
l-.imi.it.il timn. 

p.i t hr Mews Mutt and Jen* 
Topics of the Day 

Charles Kay in 

"The Busher" 

« tiarlen Hay *urelv |inl> a We 

iniiuii titfiu ©vet the sons* 
ni>te lii tin* bssehsll eh*4a 
ptml »»t.T> H tion the simp, 
|t«t> and tbrtll of s leu inning 
tir irmne *Hh >""f lavortes 
in the hex, 

Matt a»d Jeff 
Topic, of the D»y 



Arts, iw», w»,. -. __,„,—. 

because «l the agitation for wartime ool U all the libraries tha. 

memorial* that la going on now nearly them. Here also were the disease and 

lu .... . I _ ,.!.. . ...I liv I lie 



MAKSH'S SAMlAKr 

Students' Furniture 

ruqs and cavers 

- ft. D. MARSH iSTATl- 

Hills' Studio 



peaty where, 

The FemuloBjical esblbit was prim- 
arily a plate exhibit. There were many 
varieties from many parts of tha conn, 
try. There were classes of competitive 
plate* for student, faculty and grower*. 
The following won prises as listed i 



Amherst, 



Mass, 







MAROON 

CHRYSANTHEMUMS 

OROWS BT TUB 

FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT 



Baldwin- 1st. H, Wblleonib; Sen, H. I,. 

Harrington; and. Alien Stiles. 
Wolf Wver-AHenSUie*. 
M< lntosh-isl O. B. Woodard; Snd, A. 

Stiles 
Spy— 1st, Allen Stile* i Sni, HawW 

Wblicomb 
Greening l H. Hurt 
Stark— J, H. Sort 
Sotion— R. C. Peek 
King— O. B. Woodward 
Delicious- 1st. H. WblieetnbjSnd, Iflb- 

ert»<in;3rd, Allan 
BUyman-JH.Bnrt 

FactiL'TT 
BaMw»n-l*t, C, B. Green I S. B. Parker 
R.l.Ot»»flla«-iat, C, B. Green; §nd, 

M.GaakJII 
Winter Ban* nn-C, B. Green 
■oabury-ist, M. Qaabiili ind. C. S. 

Green 
Weatfleid-M. Cask ill 
Swaar— W, B. Bart 
Blue PeennalB-M. Gasklil 

Grow bbs 
IMdwlB-i. Bice Farm Brattiebwo, Vt. 
f. A, L. Ftab, OoiralB, 
i. Talley View Farm, «kel- 
bune 
Wlattt B*n*na-C. U WUeernli, Mid- 
dlebury , Tt. 



Insect exhiliits as displayed bv the 
bulaoy and enlomolofly depanment*. 
Howaid 'SO made a very fto^ exhibit 
oforebard pest*, u.ing real *p^n»n* 

US a foundation 

One of the altraetlona wa* the M At- 
iracf^^pa," en automatlr machine 
forahowinii slldea. This machine wa* 
placed directly in the center of the 
room eonfainlng the plaleeihlbfis fae- 
ing the hall. Slide* were shown from 
the varkina department* exhibiting,, 

Stowe "» gave an Instructive packing 
demonstration on Saturday aflentoon, 

The sneeea* of the show was primar- 
ily due to the way In which the stu- 
dent* backed the committee. This 
commit ice wa* appointed by the Pomol- 
ogy Club. The committee consisted of 
«, B. Woodward, eh*4r»«n, C. C, 
Crowe, W, A, Lnee, B. S. BeW, and 
B, W, Burrington. There were enb- 
enmBiitteiis appointed to takeehargeot 
the smaller branches of the wot*. 



Tom Heere and teeaawwea 

-IN 

Saturday "One of the Finest** 

A eoniedi draws th»t wilt «P- 

]vni I.. Hi* 1 iH'i.i.lf «f all a*es 
and faaetea. A» Hand»»tiie 
jirry.tlo-1-ii'le..f the Mottnt 
,.,i i.„| . and lairr the 

MEi , mil. it the i»lsin 

Hat. at 5 , i,7u„. ..-., he <it*i»ta>» bis 

g*e-fl*h««T vrtsaltlllr. 
6-45. S-30 a^y^ifc*, Uoyd Co»»dy 
"Tha Carter Cast" «-i i.»t 

Ulllaa Glsh and lebert 



Monday 



"True Heart S«sie M 

A Orlmth piodBrtien In t pis. 
TH« »U»ry of a ptsin ■!•' 
Another mtrmt r»»«aiM** hF ta* 
finii'Mi* rte*t»,r of " Heaitsw 
th* vs.itt.i a i.letsre •€ 
snim, tears sad bum* ap- 




At Ihe Senate Meeting last To**** 8 ? 
In tiiaper Hail several topic* were dis- 
ij tutted Willi President Butterfleld and 
thua Lewi*. Btdtertson's report of the 
money eoJIecled for i he baud was read 
and a letisilby diienasion on »alutin« 
tollowed. A report of the Athletic d#- 
artment was neat presenled and it was 
voted: That the matter of sanvenir 
foo* balls for M men be taken up with 
tb* student body and if possible a tax 
of ttrtftiy-lTn cents be eolleefed. 



Cr*»Uup at Holyoke 
*m iiit.ti st.. 



Hart SchaitaOT * 

Marx Clothes 



Com* down to Holyoke and we w 
big etore. 




25th SEMI-ANNUAL SALE FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS 

You know what this call means. 

Ail full dress goods included in this sale. 



CONFERENCE OF COUNTY 

AGENTS HERE THIS WEEK 

The Problem* of Extension Service 

Workers Being Discussed by 

Authorities. 

The seventh annual conference lor 

in- ciiiooderal ion of problems eonfroiil- 
i ■ unity agents and other extension 
A.ikers is now being held in .stoik- 
iridgC Hall. It began Monday , l».-. 
15, and will end Kriday, I»ee. 19. 
Vin.iim the hiibjeeis already disK-USaed 
,!.•: The Farm Home .survey, flub 
\V.irk, Home I letnoilHl rat loll Work, ami 

Vgrlcultnral Work. 8on*eoltbo»feak- 

■Mie: John l». Willard, Director of 
K\iein.ion. M. l.C; A -J ltrnudai;e. 
-tale t'lnb I.eadei : Ualph lloa«, CltJ 
Ihtector of \ mil Mauiza'ion Work ol 
>|.nnulield: and K. II . Thompson, Pre* 

it of the Springfield Kami I oan 
isaiik. The program for the remainder 

he week follow* 

w I nsi-nw, Uki-. 17. 

t .in i- m. .section nieetings. 

v (lubWoik. (Joint conference 
..t Club Worker* and Farm Uui 
i M.inauei- 
leaders, A. F, MarlJougall, 
It II. liaskitl. 
i; llotuc iH-uionst ration Work. 
Uccent Prog res s in Xutrition 
...i.f. Mi** I.uey Oillett, 

iH.letu Itttreau, Boston. 
• \ K riciiltural Work 
Ucportx of Projecl f:.»tinnittee*» 
IMwUiwion 

i UveStoek, 
Poultry. 

I'omoloiiy. 
I .solin and ft- 

i- m. Ne i flon MepmiH* 
\ flub Work 

Some i»ih»iI Feature* of « lub 
Work in My Conntry. 
v I, User. Miss Ik-ulah HaEard, 
\ Bwwafd, Bis* l*jntiriy»uwkin, 
Miss r no . i Homer. 
H llotnt* H e i nonst ration Work. 
lt«ent Work in Milk Mann- 
faclure 
I*r».f \\ I* II ii<»ckww«d, M. A. f*, 
• Ai-riiitliiiral Work. 
fieports of Pmjeif Committee*. 

] liMiiMHlB. 

1. ImlryiBg, 
t. i.atiieiilng. 
4. Farm Management, 
t Marketing. 
' m p «.— Bacreaibin 

rut it*ii.vr. Itf« i** 

'MSI l, U l.enetnl N'SSlOH, 

Metal bi it of mate Orange t«» \«ro nl- 

Hi' 

[..Hit It siiiith. lladtwy, M»M. 

ihriti Campaign lorltW. 
Mi Benjamin \iidrews, itavlng* 
IrtvHiun, Washington. H « 

o A,M.-Se*tinn Meeting*. 
N (lub Work. 
Blmlaatwn or Kxpan«iott- Kitb- 

.-r, NflthtT or Hot |» 
seleei'miip of f "tmnt> »nrf Stale 

• hampbuis. 

Stare loiters 
C«unty letter* 



Piguriag ICnorilh and Making 
Btoiiee. 

Movies Their Value. 

H. Home Demonstration Work. 

Miss Mildred Thomas, Presiding. 

< tegnaizatlon. 

Leader, Mis8 I .a lira Coinstock, 
M. A, C. 
Ill-ill Fairs. 

Leader, Miss Laura Glfford, 
M. \«. 
• Agricultural Work. 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's 0ffice~$1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

Deuel's Drug Store 



observation of Kstensioii Work In 
other Slates. 

W. A. Munson. Will pole. 
Kxteuaion Exhibit*. 

Diseiissioii led bv ,L U. Zink. 
li. Farm liureati Managers Meet 
Willi President Itllltc lliclt! 
J. 1J. Willard. li. W Hedmtui 
l-BU I*. H.~ fJcneral Scssbin. 

Hoiiic Making and Bo*aa Danson- 

- 1 rat. on Work. 

Mrs. Clifford Johnson^ Badtay. 

i :io P. M.— Section Meeting*. 
\ <:lub Work. 
Prepare liepori for Friday morn, 
lag Conference, 
i; «. and I). Join! (^inference of 
Home Deinontd ration \ucni«, 
fountv Aurieultitral Agent*, 
in.i Farm Itureau Haoagata, 
B I! Parker. Piesl.linu'. 
Farm Water supplies. 
Diacussioii led by Pfof ' I OtWh 
nens, MA' 
7-80 f . n.— tteneral Session 
V.idre**. 

Fkioav, 1»«c-. 1«. 

tt !*» a. ».— Qeneral Seaaino. 

Vildreaa, I*resident lliillertield 

Count) Projeet Committees, 

U, C. Wilson, C. ft, IHpl of 
Agrieultuie. \\ ashinglnn. lJ. f*. 

summary ol < lub Work Section 

i. I. I .11 lev, M V < 

s.iiiuBiary of Home Jiwrnonstrallon 
Work Btcl Ion. 

Miss I^aura ComaUick' M. \ < 

summary «f Agrlen'' " r »l Seciion, 

i IJ Parker. M \ ' 



ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



lasers and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORD 



Kodaks and Supplies 



fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

NORTHAMPTON 



PROF. SPRAGUE RECITES 

EXPERIENCES IN EUROPE 

The Senior cla«s held a nonker la»t 
Kriday nigh! In the *u..-ial Union i.».m. 
ml "MO o'elock. «>aing to the many 
ihiiiiJii tbal were uoiim i»n al«iUl the 
i-amjittt. onlj ebon! W net. able I •■ 
come. Thi* did no! nive a qttntnM to 
nil liiininr" could be earrled en, 

Hr . Spracue k'live a verv in'.ii.ittlrf 

talk on bto travel" in Kunqie after iil» 
.li.. barge from the army, and e*perl«liy 
of iripJi lbn»rigb Hfwln, the \ 
(b rough ' •• I '*• ' ,i " 1 

into nil inform. ii ■!•■■■ i'" 1 '• "' " 

i„ .nceit. Pie and U >■ • •• .nn Were »erv- 
ed a* refrethnieBf*, and the gafh. if 
broke up about |fl i. clock. 



BECKM AN'S 

Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MOEANDI - PROCTOB COMPANY 
Mt i.ufac i u .cr . institution Cocrfdng Apparatus 

MWASHIMOTONST. - - " MiTON 




Ba tchelder & Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AW© roULTRY DRMMR* 

VftOLtMU fWM 

Beef, Mutton, lamb, Veal. Perk, Ha» 
sages, fofjltry. Oasne, Butter, 
Pfg*. Olive Oils. 



Blaekatoue, Ifnrifc and Wurtk Centre St 



BOSTON. 



MASS. 



»,W 



HiGGINS. South Deerfield. Mats. 

r)ealer in Fertilizers and Fertifi«r Material 



The regi«iii*«Hi»B at Harrard ibl* 
year in Wl*. Th» ccillege pmpftr bag 
i*»tii «tuilent*. ie»» than the year pre» 
Rdlag Ibe wnr The Graduate School 
,,) Boainee* Admini«iration enrollment 
i* twice a* large a* tbal ^ say pi*ctd« 
lug year 



•ia 






No i. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17, 1919. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17, 1919. 




THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

HO A UP OF EDITORS. 

JamkhC. Matikn "^0. Kditor-liH'blef 
John K. i ltAWKomi *20. Managing Editor 



ASSIX'IATK KtMTOHK. 

Osoanv. B. Woohwakh '20. 
t;i ..«..(• W. Ki>m an '21. 
Koiu it i L. Jonkh '21 

I.AWRIKCE P. MAMTIJl '21 

Ki ast.III A. liARNARD '22 
11 ..!: m.-i W. 8 I'll I NO '22 

MK.i.ui.Nn K. .Iai-khon '22 



111 BISI ess Dkpautmkst. 
UKOKOKM.t'AMPBKI.I. '20. Business Mariauer 
Okokck A. Smith '20. Advertising Manager 
Hi, I,. Ukew "21. Circulation Manager 

EVKItKTT C, PKESTON '21 
ItOHKKT M. L,IJ«UHAii '22 



Subscription $2.00 per year. Single 
copies. 10 cents. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 



BntererlMSseond-etsss matter »t the Amherst 
foet OftV*. Arrepted for matUritf st special 
rate of postage provided for lit section 1103. Art 
of October, mi sothortsed A uanst 30, IMS, 



COMMUNICATIONS 

Pbofkhhok HAitoi.n E. Koitnixn: 
When t lie college opens for Winter 
term we will not have with us one of our 
besl profeKHi>rs. Professor H. K. Bobbins, 
ProfeKNor Bobbins is leaving for good to 
go into business, due to the high cost 
of living coupled with the low pay of 
teachers. 

Professor 'Kobbi ns is a graduate of 
both Trinity and Vale colleges. He is 
entitled Input hoth B0 ami MA after 
his name, lie iirst taught in the Uni- 
versity of Colorado in the department 
of PbjrsJof i»»d • Mechanics. From there 
he went to Hartford High School as 
head of the Science Depart menl . Ill 
lttlH he came to ML A. 0. U Assistant 
Professor of Physics. In the six years 
that he has been here he has built up 
the department of Physics so that il 
now offers courses comparable to the 
Major courses. 

His best work while here was the 
buildiugupof the Non-Athletics Asso- 
ciation. He gathered together all the 
various non-athletic activities under 
one head, and placed them on a linn 
HiiHiicial and consiimlioiial basis. 

Professor Bobbins represents the high 
ldealed, red-blooded sort of teacher 
that we ii. ed at M. A. 0. Hi was a 
friend and advisor of the student at all 
limes We all wish him sue. ens. 

i: R. IlitowN. 



unknown grave; this lad may have been . Frenchman, representing France, our 
the first American collegian to die. I incomparable friend of Revolutionary 
Words are not necessary to emphasize t days. 

the need of this honor to our glorious; I know and am assured that you have 
dead, now immortal. Further, this J given or will give this matter your most 
building will (ill a general college futic- [ serious attention and iu due time com- 
tiou, which is imperative. We must re- inunicate with the authorities of Am- 
meinber that our highly endowed in- ! hersl what you propose to do iu remera- 
stitutions. Harvard. Yale, Williams are brume of the holy dead, and for the 



TUB next iuu« of the Cw.i.KniASi 
will be published Jan. 7. 



The Des Moines Convention. 
There has never been a time when a 
gathering of students front all the 
\mcriean colleges and universities for 
the discussion of present world problems 
,onld be more valuable than now. The 
need has never heen greater for educa- 
ted ami intelligent men to get a clear 
understanding of the serious problems 
the world is facing and of the methods 
being advanced to solve them and bring 
about a closer relation between nations 
This college is sending a delegation 
oi nine representatives to the eighth 
convention of (be Student Tolanteer 
Movement to be held at Des Moines, 
Iowa from Dec. HI to Jan. 4. 

Many of the foremost leaders of this 
fount ry. sod from other countries as 
well, will present their views on relig- 
ions, social, and economic problems, 
and the snipe and Inltueiiee of the for- 
eign missionary movement will be ds- 
scribed, These problems will be snb- 
seqnenffy discussed by small groups of 
students and In this way a wonderful 
opportunity will lie liven to get the 
opinions of men from various parts of 
the eonnlry and to hear the siandinunts 
from which these problems are viewed 
by people of foreign lands. People 
are beginning to realise that one of the 
greatest needs of the present flay is a 
stronger and more practical Christianity 
in lb* business as well as In the social 
world. 

The Die Moines convention, which Is 
held cvefy feor years, will be l he largest 
ever held with between flOOD and WW) 
delegates. It should mean a great deal 
to the college and to the delegates who 
have been elected to represent M. A. C, 
because It Is hound to broaden their 
views on social and religious problems. 
strengthen their convictions, and widen 
their vision of Christianity. The inter- 
course with students of other collage*, 
also, will surely give there many valu- 
able and constructive Ideas for the bet* 
ferment of condition* ol the campus 



SJ8 West 72ml Street 

\kv> Yo.jh (irv, Nov. 12th, 1910. 

To Tn Nox-Oraiioatk IWMl or 
Tiik MAssAt'iiunRTTs *oiti< n.TiiiiAI. 

C.l.l.fi 



Uptoafew years ago. you received 
annually notices of the reunion- 
of the New York Alumni Club. *u< h 
being mailed to every address we eould 
obtain; responses came to us from far 
and near, yes distant lands, and combed 
i„ terms of abiding love for out Mma 
Mater. The largely increased mailing 
list etiuscd this praeliee Ithe ex pent* of 
which was met by the voluntary sup- 
port of a few men) to be discontinued, 
and to our regret 

Yon without degrees, represent a 
large pieeenlage of Massachusetts 
Aggies, whose work has been and is of 
high import* Frederick \ ober of the 
Class of IHta, walked home to eastern 
Massachusetts, In June lurtu-otily one 
year at our Alma Mater was bis privil- 
ege, for reverses had come and it was 
necessary to get to work, which he did 
at first as a shoemaker, Ober died a few 
years ago; he was a pioneer In explora- 
tion, natural histoiT(oi»e«laIlyorlBtho- 
lotyj. k truly great man, Daniel 
Wlllard entered the Class of 1HM, In 
October IH78; he left college the follow* 
ing March to go himself to work, as 
tiackman on the Central Vermont *, his 
rect. I as a transportation man is one of 
the soecessful romances of American 
endeavor, and for over ten years he hss 
been president of the Baltimore and 
Oh«o Ballroad. Both of these men J 
havO known intimately and I am fully 
aware of what the college meant to 
Ober and does to Wlllard. Olwr never 
forgot the htg men on the FaenBy and 
neither does Wlllard. 

Today we Alumni .whether degreed or 
not, have before o* the responsibility 
of raisin,, the funds for a building, a 
Memorial to onrboysloat u 0ver There." 
Me American college has a larger per- 
centage of men sacrificed: than ours 
and it hi questionable whether any has 
as large. Indeed Bobert H, Chapon, 
Class of 1014, was killed in action at 
Verdun. December, 1914, and lies la an 



yearly collccling from their Alumni for 
support and maintenance. We, educated 
by state and federal maintenance, have 
now our duty before us. The shades of 
Chadbuiirne and Clark and tb.cssinaiui 
and (ioodell and Block bridge and Totten 
and Morris and "Paddy" Mill*, we do 
not forget; and do they forget u! 
Some of you, my brelheru, are on the 
down slope of life; the beautiful hopes 
of our youth have boon toond la many 
cases to have been illusions— yet life 
with its disappointments and troubles 
has been made richer tor M by what we 
received in the old Hampshire I'oiinly 
town. From those who have been more 
fortunate financially, more must lie ex- 
peeled than from those less blasted 

October 25th was the world-wide Ag- 
gie night; we had but thirty-eight at 
our gathering, for many were In at- 
tendance Iu their own localities; 
despite subscriptions already sent in, 
over eleven thousand dollars was 
pledged. Furthei, il was developed 
(bat men may take time as to paymetiis 
covering three to five years. One sub 
script Ion by a non-graduate, (his time 
in college a year and half) was to the 
amount of five hundred dollars and he 
gratefully t est i tied (hat his present 
interest had been kepi alive l»v the 
notices he ami you have received. 

Forty. nine of our boys are dead; 
forty -ii i tie immortal stars In the firma- 
ment of glory; forty-eight Americans 
representing indirectly our lorty-eigh! 
states snd the forty-ninth, the young 



daily good of generations to come at the 

College, 

Most fraternally in Massachusetts Aggie, 

Joiiv Asiukton COTTLM, M. D., '82.* 



HOCKEY SQdAD BEGINS TO 
SHOW FORM. PROSPECTS GOOD 

Road Work Necessary to Condition 
Hen. Little Ice So Far. 

A squad of ahoul 25 men has re- 
ported for varsity hockey and been 
working out for past two weeks. On ac- 
count of the unsettled weather they 
have had only two nights on the pond. 
Road work and ehalk talks in the 
evening has been the order. K.J. Man- 
sell "21 is acting as coach of the team. 

Competition is keen for all positions 
but especially *o for the goal tender's 
job. Among the forward men Met at 
thy and l.eavitt, slurs of last season, are 
showing up especially well, and w'th 
Mans. -II should make a strong ofheualvc 
combination. Dowd also looks like a 
valuable men. For ihc defense posi- 
tion, are t'aptain ''rafts, Deb-bum 
ttlavln, Newell, Poole, Allen mid Collins 
are among the most promising. 

At the present time prospects for • 
good team are very hright, and pro- 
vided we have the ice everything points 
to a successful season 



Robert .staikey baa been elected 
manager of the iOsfl Basketball Team. 




At happy a» a clam at high tide! 
Who it? 
Aren't you ? 
Then you're not » Rogera i*»*t 
customer I 

Money's worth or yeui mimeyHcJi, 

The tiestuf i-reril 



fcr «■#■»» 



Rooima Pb«t Company 



Broadway 
at Wthftt. 


The 
four 


Broadway 


t «»mers 


at Warren 


M(W VU«* 



iway 
at S4th «t. 

Fifth Ave 
at 41st fit, 



01 LAVAL 
Economy 



*ffc« trttly ecsat»«*ic*t rrmm *ei«rstur is 
i.ne w hi, i. »l,iiii» eltaa the mestest satonnt 
■C mil* far the tanges! |wrli«f of t line 

The fart that the !*e Laval sklnm i lean 
make* a IM Lava! sn «i«relalli iriHsf Inveat- 
mriii In t li»> fall when m»n» row* an «»tn« 
rtrr snd cImib wrwratttm «f the atrtpptnes 
la rfealred. 

with •rriinirv mn, m IM Laval rresn 
Ml I if ft f me. beranae Ita 
I eaastrae tlw iwtmiu ef the 
talM wall istefiM fa 

•iweit mo4 with tm 

Tblii Hnraltfllt*. eon 
f lean »h immlni and honeat capacity rating, 
makes the lie I J»v at the m«*t M-miamlral 
se tmrator In the lone ran, 

hue m Urge mparttr, eaa» turning and 
•eat rteanlnc. the De Lsvst Is atao eeonnsa- 
ha I with the oT»ermt«»r'i tine and effort, 

Morr is* la* aU in sse than of all other 



The local tie IjivsI agent ran farther 
e«nhOn the eeoaamr <rf the Ue t jital. 
•>r an Inquiry wMreaaed to the i 
In- l.mi'1 nfhre will bring a 
1 co mp l et e Information. 



TIE K LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 

1*6 Hrmdwar » * Madwon St. ft ItealeBt. 
Jim York rblrugn Pan Fiane|ar<i 



• iLr;^ k 



m Shoe 

(Between the Banks) 

SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN 



tore 



II 



W A L S H 




MORE NOW THAN EVER BEFORE— 

you should be careful iu the selection of u lint. Thnt'** why we 

find so inn n y men turning to KNOX HATS they are eertuin of iissured 
quality. Of course the derby is the recniinized fat-tor for the well dressed 
man, hut every one must possess one or two soft hats. CX)NSI7LT TOM 
for the best in head gear. 




| EIGHTEEN MONTHS IS UP 

DECEMBER 31, 1919 

Last Date for Reinstatement of Men 
Discharged a Year and a Half Ago. 

Ihc foi. i. kiii an prints tlin following 
,„,ii«e Hi the request of the War Kisk 
[titiurancti llureau: 

IMjU'uartted soldiers, sailors and inu- 

,ui,« who have dropped their War Uisk 
| |„« Hain't may n-instiile it without pnv - 
na all the lapsed preiiiluins, providinu 
l,ai the> inakt .tpplii aiioti w'nhiii 1H 
,„,nili* utter disehame tr.,111 theserviee. 
Ii will only he naccasaQ to pay pre- 

CARS 



H.A « 

t»r 
Uuhi'i.t 



\ intienit fi»t 

M A.t . 

N Vllillfi.l A 

.Hiindflillid 



\ mherat 

fur 
lliilynkt* 



iniiiins for two mouths and slRU ■ Man- =« 1 "^'- »*"•* '""' i "" I1,,H > ■•*•• '" 

neat to the effect thai lue sppllt-aet la <"'« ;l11 "" ''"' "UepartweBt leauranee 

iuasuniHl heallh as In- was al th.-daio «»"ir.-t, l.'o.im 717, !>}• lha.in.y Street, 

of bis discharge. No physical examine- Bo«1ob, Itaaa," Ml loforraaiion will 
Hon is required. Incase b wao was dl.- be lonitahetl and aailauace Klven ai 
ebanred over in month* ago he can be lh: " " n "'' or through the mall 

reinstated it he will make application , Personal attei n will also be given 

before Itee. 81.1S18. It will aot be aee- *° ■«! »«lter wocernlns the service 

aasarv toraleagata tut the mil I10.000 »oeh u I •..% Honda, <..«„, 

\ person tnay reinstate HOOOor mote. back pay due, persoaal .-tr.-.-is and l he 

|-„,u has also liei-n mad,- t. . ,.ei- r " ! "« " "' , "" ,i '^ " ( dewaaed MM 

mil persons to COBTSM thi'it war insiu- . '"' , '- 

ain-e to other kinds of ifuVeruiueni in ' 

suraiue such as ordinary Lite, Twenty j I't.-l W. It, Bart, uf the I icpart inciif 

Vcar Kndow ment. The t.ovi-iiiinciii is oi \ ^i null uial Kouc-iiioii was lttttost<ifl 

lo remain in the insurance buslneaw I'-r ">aluday atlelidltlfi a Hteetloa •' Ibe 

the licnclii of ilmsc who served m I he Ma--ai hii^d i, ^cbtwlnaater's fJlub 

WJir the topics d lac u seed were, " The lol 

l.tcry diM-baruiHl soldier m Ins <ie- lege I' rained Teacher* 1 .nd't.iup.ra 

pendents should he interested in the Hon and i he - if th< • si ,ti- " 



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and was given prolonged applause, In 

which he replied with an encore mini 
hei ilia! proved |USl as liiy a hit. 

Kxeeileat muslo was furalahed by Ihe 

College Orchestra. The pine nun: 

A. Overture, College Orcl>e«.ira 

I! While Ihe t loll, Is Bull l'.\ 

f The Knur Fandools. 

I». The AgglC I'l'ep School 

K A fhauce Meelinu 

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HQLVOKE STREET RAILWAY CO. 

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There would (»•• no advantage lu m 

ag the BM*t valuable years ••! one'a j 
ii In gala hauVledgt and exi^rienee, 

iffreaierptjssii.il tte« ami aeblevements 
•ere not fori hromlna, 

It la then ptoper to assiiitie tlml be- 

lUH af hlseaeej'liioinl M-ientilic iraln- 
m the agricultural eolleite msn Is pm- 
i ll— l eg, well advised Id the most rood- 
*n dsirj pmeltees and the wethttds 
ihil are, likely '<• make dairy Ing Ibe 

ml profitable. 

fim know that profit «hle dairy pfo« 
.in cannot aorreetl wittjo^til elfarill- 
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i* t-ijMiple of maintaining a eleattiiiiesx 
thai in productive of ihe highest rinality 
<t»irf prodneis, hecauae it la used for 
H.mngh and saBifary cleaning by all 
cultural College* In the United 
"••let and Canada 



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man to ill your 
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T^ONT teke a fellow's pipe* Take some other postetrioiia 
\J IJecause wrapped up in his pipe ia a fellow's peace of 
mind, Tiis relaxation, his contentment. This is more than 
true if it's a W D C Pipe, because then a good smoke w multi- 
plied many times over. Our special seasoning proce» takes 
care of this by bringing out all the sweetness and mellowness 
of the genuine French briar, Just you go to any good dealer 
and select several good shapes, Put them in your rack. 
Smoke a cool one every time, and you'll be well on your 
way to pipe-happiness. 

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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17. 1919. 




FAULTY FUSES ADD TO "BIDfcl-A- 1 

MERRIMENT OF INFORMAL Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

Anil other u'n"<l tfctOtfl t« <-••«< 
Candle Lights Give Aepect af Old MR& L> ny| STEBBINS 



Fashioned Dance. 

"latfutsjiuots.wbt'ie are (lie limits!" 

Sm;li wjiKthe general .ry lliat silently. 

»b to silently, as.emled trout the infor- 

malitesat the Drill Hall. The cause 

was a wilted fuse in the primary block, 

just hack of the transformer on the 

main line. After a period of [refilled 

searching for the faulty connection or 

some «•! her equally important article. 

the brains of the college met In 

.■onelave. randies were BUJMWted. 

Presto! Cta»Bg«! The old Drill Hall 

emerged from its obscurity, but with a 

decided change for the better, The 

usual harsh, while light ol the hmh- 

power mazdas was inissinir. and hi its 

place was the softer half-rcvcalinu glow 

of innumerable small flames waveriim 

at regular intervals along l he radiator 

ledge. Hut as the conventions must be 

..■-.peeled, a hard-work iiiy i-le.lrician 

was hurriedly transported to the scene 

of action. He soon had ociyonc in 

good humor and the real lijjlii* bhi/.i-i 

forth 

All of which means tins. Um ■» 
iirday afternoon seventy odd couple* B 
dulved in the third informal of the 
year, but under ditliculties For a per 
lod of many minutes the Ilgbti con 
.♦latently refuted Io fum lion. Vfbea tfcf 
„-i vices of an electrician Win totally ol. 
tallied the matter was easily adjusted. 
The music was excellent, eonalderin* 
the alwence of illuminailon. The per 
Hunell of t be ..rchesf in included Hoyee. 
Sargent, Ilanauii. Dunbar and Adams. 
The eh»p«roB» fritm Smith. Mis* 

I'iiIimb end Miss K'liBsley! fi'"» HI. 

Holyoke. Mn. Cameron : from H. A . <\ 

Mr*. Ilicka, 

Uecause of the eoiiiliiuatioii ot < he 
ntormal with the student .how. dam 
mg was contlnuumi from three to wee*, 
with a short interwlwion. .supper was 
.ervejJ at the dinlim hall at m«mb. 
I he -in. lent vaudeville ru n tptel ed 'be 



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Program thanned dail> e«eol Monday 

•ad Tuesday. 

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Coats in short and three-quarter lengths. 
Near!) all of these coats are reversible. 

Priced from $33.00 to $55.00 



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IS PleaB.itit ->t nit 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Bioken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Oone 

-. it »!'»■ ti. in final i *. ••-••■ I 



Don't forget that this is the proper place 
to buy a gift for your father, brother, 
room-mate or friend. A man will appre- 
ciate a useful gift this year above all 
others. Give him something he will use. 



THE MJLLETT JEWELRY STORE 



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lire** Iitlii SM'tii \ mini. 



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R»v. WilliMi M U" ••* Hri.I^M"'* 
« onii, ww the npemket in fh.i F ..l IftM 
rttindaT. lit- .pokf of !*» work and 
the 1!im» at tbe Bpoirtle., ■«"! »««»*» 
t;tarietlanlty m* Ha -tart wUkwrt ih« 
Kid of riflift Of g..**Ttmtt*m i«rfci««. 
It w«n deep enough i» rwl*l «" *^ 
advert* i*ircttw»iance». ami »» »" ,I1W ■" 
i direct reanlt of ih«* rwnimeni ..f tit. 
■ I in 1(1* Inn of «.:tarlai. We »»«»* "«■**' 
religion la *WJ braiwb «.f -nit »t». 
,nd aaperillllT In btialnwaJ. Kriiglol, 
now b« « »»ii> '«» f "« , * n •""'ething dll 
ferenl | n t« ■ "Tdrlt or ■ l*I>*^ »'« »«« 
ideal whlfh imp«l» pmft* le ' l «»* ,,, « 
thlngn tbal •« miblef »wd Irgt nr 

ALUMNI NEWS 

\t — <-■- Peckhew l« m»1«i»imi dim tor 
,»i Bsrienliifre bi *» Hunpton lnaift.tr, 
Ilamj-tiin. V». 

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nnunr Gmmmtim M 1** K.wbl.W^I.M.. 

Me*ic<>. 

lt.-W. ▼. Uaydeti in now ■ piaHii • 
ma «tto«HtF-*f-llM* * l M Tremon. PH., 
Itoeiott. 

ttloR trUodt owe *-» **» k •»* .*■ 
hop« to b* b»clt m *dletre th» 'Priflff 



& FAY, Electricians 



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Footwear is Correct 
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Tb* pbK» io f« for College Shoe* 

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\-.-i-.tiini lo the branch of Foreel Inaeeta 

,,t K. S. l>- A. \Vasliinui..ii. I). <'. 

Hi. Fred L. Harttes is an EntlffO in 
•l.e l. 8. Saw. 



\i M. 1. I'. ■ room is provided for the 
convenience ol tbote men who briai 

tlnir lunelie- \sitlt lliein. Here tltev 
ma\ eat in pence, ami enjoy a qttlel 
c.inlurtal.le RtOokfl al letwanls. 



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l.iul uiMlerarmlnat.. e,.ntril»ution. to Iknentl.er 10. Wf.fA.800 
r,»tal faculty ..oitriioni.,1.- 1.. December io. lino. «.7.'»4 
Total of all e„,itril.«iii«M„ t„ l>eceo,Ur W, 1818, W40.4n.48, 

kM and their CoUage. 



Fireplace Goods, Coat and Trouser Hangers 

Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

Always glad to see you. 

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FHAXKI.IX SIM OS MEN8 8HOFM 
2-to 8 WEST $M STREET 

Outfitting 

Authorities 

For College Men 

Embracing Hand-Tailored Clothes 

London-made Aquascutum Overcoats 

Furnishings, Hats and Shoes 

SPECIALlzmQ 

In the Staples and Novelties of Men's Attire 
and deriving its intelligence and its mer- 
chandise from exclusive and authr.ritativi- 
sources in London, Paris and New York. 






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UNITED 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, December 17, 1919. 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let us serve you. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St., "Hamp," 



PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable— Every 
facility for 



CAMPUS NOTES 

TIm' Social Tnli'ii will present l.elnnd 

Bower.hu Hat, si Siockbrhlge Wall, 

8-0(1 p. m.. SHI unlay. .Ian. S, 

on tbe Wednesday night following 
the opening <>i college the Musical 

Clubs will His*- ■ «rt al ,lu ' A "'- 

hersl Tiiwn Hall. 

The -••mini IWttt <>l The >'/'"'' :i|'|'i-:n- 
eil on the campus Saturday, December j 
12. This nttWberWM labeled the " Ad- ; 
veriisiiiu Nuililicl. 

Catholic Club Meeting. 

The CatboHe (luh held a meeting 
lMt Wednesday e\elllltg. 1*. 1 1 . Weill -ill . 
who lepn-elitnl the e) lib :il t he recent 
convention i" lloctoii, reported. A 
plan t< r a j.-iui Meeting with the Men 
man club el Smith College was dls- 
..iisse.l The el. il. la alftO making plan. 
lortlic Collegiate < at li..li. convention, 
ttl. eh is til l»fl hel.l next rVl.lUaiy 



BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 



European Plan. 



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EAT MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

AH of our dairy products aft niadt 
from p.i>teurized milk and Cream. 

Salt and Sweet Batter. 
Cottage.Neufchatel.Ohvc 
Pimento and Club Cheese 
Ice Cream. 

Send for our price lixt 

Dairy Department 

MaiaachuaeUi Agrieultur.il College 
Amherst, Maw, 



Mini. I 

1923 Fuvors Honor System. 

The Kreshin.il elau I"!'' ■ meetlM 
H , renins. In ibe Social 1'nioti. 

ft, U. Mlltth was elected liiaua-el «.| the 
.men basketball learn ami Norman 
D. Hilhanl manage! ..I Hie inteM'laea j 
1 Dta team. There was | |oBg di*cu»s- 
i, hi i. f tin- honor -> -tt-ui with the MBit' 
OieiH ..f the el ,iv. in IttVOf -'I adopting 
it, l.Ul Hi the request of Dean I'aletsMi, 

voting mi the nailer was put of mull a \ 
iutnre mi cling. 



The |)i|i;iH'ii.'iii i>l Zoology will pre- 
H cnt il colife in gOS! ">- Se*M '••"" 
wl.i.l. will I., an a.). In. on Iti ll««l i'"^ 1 " 

. , im . ul I 'liis il" '« gl*« " 

,p..iiM. (.• B demand ..I iiisiiu.i..r- in 

other department* lhatetadetiia coming 

up to them have a knowledge "i •>»••» ■ 
subject, I» w»ll i»e a three 1 1- dU course 
,»p,. n l.. Junior, and Senior, and '«. 
Snphoinot! « l»* permission. D i- 
assumed tn \m » prerequi«He to » major 
1 In Animal Husbandry. 



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Satisfies the national 
demand for a whole- 
some, pure and appe* 
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soda fountrin or with 
your meals. 

Bevo will more than 
satisfy your thirst. 

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Nate Books Fowatalo Pens ,J. H. TaWTT, HwBJiunt 



C. F. OYER 



AMHERST SHOE REPAIRING 

Ymii Sh«H-s Ktpa.nd 
WHTLE YOU WAIT 



THE DAVENPORT 

The uot«ff»Med eating hoti»« ftw ••Aggie " men and ihe'tr irienda. 
TRANSIENT AWD WEEULT 



HENRY ADAMS & GO. 



The 

Drags 



Mrs. J. K. W. Davenport 



Xhe - 

COLONIAL 

Pleasant Street 
JUST BEFORE YOU ENTER THE 

The itadent ff**-««1n« P 1 *^ ''* 

th*< real home cooking »n«t 

eollefe Iff*. 

Board Weekly and Tnn§M| 




JAN s 




MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 

MUSICAL CLI 

PRAISED < | 

— j^ 

Each of Four Ct * 

as New Y<; 

mcS 



Amherst* Mass., Wednesday, January 7, 1920. 



No. 12 



IIGHLY 

)ST0N TRIP 

i as Successful 

Entertain- 

e. 



ANNUAL ALUMNI DAY JANURARY 23-24 
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO BE ON THE CAMPUS 

As Many Men Back as Possible Necessary for a Real 

Rousing Time. 



i ..niiiuMifiiiji on uecember nineteenth 
the college mimical clubs went on their 
..nnual trip to the Eastern part of the 
state. From every ■tand-poiul, flnan- 
elal, muelcal, and eoclsLtbe trip wan a 
success. 

The clubs left Amberat at noon Dee- 
.i.iber 19 and went to Newtonvllle. <>n 
Friday night In the Newton liigh 
s, hool Hall a concert was given to s 
large and appreciative audience. After 
the concert a dance wsa beld In the 
High School Gymnasium until twelve 
., clock. The headquarter* of the club» 
was the United Stales Hotel in Huston. 
Saturday night a concert was given 
si i be Copley-Plssa in Uoelon. The 
ooaoatt was enjoyed by a number •»» 
Alumni who are always anxious to bear 
the clubs la town. After the concert a 
number of people at the hotel remarked 
*• to the auperior work of the M. A. C. 
clubs la comparison with the otbei 
clubs that bsve performed in Boaton 
thin year. A dance was then beld until 
Pleven-thirty la the Swiss Boom. The 
dining ball was open to those who 
wished refreshment*. 

Miu.lay, the men visited friends and 
relatives near the city end on Monday 
noon they left Boston for JJerry, New 
Hampshire. A number of people in the 
towa showed a tine aplrit of apprecia- 
tion Is housing the men over eight, so 
» bat by aupper time everyone was com* 
fensbly Installed In homes about town. 
The concert thai evening was followed 
by a pleasant surprise to the members 
of tbe clubs, lor the Women's Clab of 
iJerry brought tables and dalnliea onto 
ibe stage, so that In no time a tempting 
lunch was set before tbe man. The 
dance that eight lasted until midnight. 
At Newbury port on the following 
night the ssme willingness to accomo- 
date the men waa shown. The bousing 
was under the direction of Wsugb 
Utile. The concert waa undoubtedly 
ibe best of the trip and waa followed by 
daneieg until owe o'clock. 

The men separated the day before 
fTirfuwai and relumed to their respec- 
live homes. The manager and leaden 
an well satisfied with the showing 
made by the claim. Tbe Olee Clab In 
particular was repeatedly encored. Tbe 
■•rcheaira was In fine absps and provided 
"xeellent dance music after the concert*. 
■UCh credit is due Harlan Wortbtey *W 
for his excellent solo work. 

A new years concert was give* la 

Amherst last Wednesday which brought 

•*Bl a large crowd of townspeople snd 

«"»Hege men. The nest concert will km 

I Hulyoke. 

«,— S. F. dark hi sapwria'eadeai of 
ibe Mount Fair lam, MWdlebary.Onoo, 



PROGRAM FOR ALUMNI DAT 

January, 23d-24th. 

Friday, January 28d. 
During clasa hours— Alumni talks In department* 
e-OO-8-SO P. m.-M. A. 0. Dinner-Draper Hall (Faculty, Students, and 

Alunml) 
g-80 P. M.-Freshmen vs. Deerfleld Academy, Basketball Game-Drill Ball. 

Saturday, January, «4Ui. 
a-80 a. M.-Alumal Bound Table, Boom 114, Siockbridge Hall. (President, 

B. F. Bichardaon presiding) 
2-00 P. ».— M. A. C. vs. Boelon College Hookey Game. Campus. 
8-00 p. ■.— M. A. 0. v*. Tufta Baaketball Game. Drill Hall. 
t^OO-e^O p. M.-Musical Clube concert. -Auditorium, Stockbridge Hall. 
84)0 p. m.— Fraternity banquets. 

I'pon reglatratlon al ibe Alumni Oflce, No. 1 South College (First 
Entry) ticket* will be Issued to Alnmal that will admit to the dinner in 
Drsper Hsll. the Fre.hman Basketball game, tbe Tofta Basketball game, 
and ibe Muelcal Clubs eoaeert. - 



"Come back and see your College al work and enjoy a weekend of Interesting 

-,? This is ibe invitation sent by the Student Body to the Alamal of the College, 
and it !• espected that M unusually largs number of M. A. C. men will svaii 
themselves of tble opportunity to visit the campu. and renew old scoitaista awee. 

After all tbe alumna ia closer to ibe *tudent body then many uuaargTaauait 
realise and not only what ia done on tbe campus in tbe way of .indent .etiriUe* 
rnd.thie«iee,b-twb.,la taught there, - of vital intereat totbe aluma* I. U 
*,,b »„ idea of giving alumni an opportunity £«^d bear wh "**™*j**Jl 
the vsrlou. course., and fnrtber. to let the undergraduates kaowwhatlaotaeary 
*lr*m meant to the Mter-dipJonia life of a eollw m.n. that Friday*, frtogrme. 

h "^me?t"^d. sre now hwsy Jf»l, .. ag M^ta w^s^atwy 

b.« *« invlied to trik l.formslly to daswes, Tbew ttlta are not to be tosMM 
atMaWM of ,b. variou. oounos, but rather la Jhe aat.re - ««P^-^ 
how the game I. pUyed aad «*a# of the thing, that have bewa found «e» a<- 

vantaaeoua In it's prepatalioa. -mtHtw mf 

Tu«. I. to be played in basketball, snd tbe game with the Itoifordllea of 
I, bound to be a H « one. This event as well as a ^fJ*^"S"™ 
a-wawa Colleae ©a tbe coHege pood la on Ibe program for „--.-..-..- «»»™ 
tT.^ i wo iSm •« to be ton7»wed by a musical dob eo*»tt la the Aadiforium. 
mre™i«?ba^w7ta sr. ^beduled tor eight o'clock f3a,-rday nlghl ^ the 
arrangementi for these different gaiherlnga ate now being «**&***• 
^TcommiUee In charge of the arrangement* snd l**™""j« **'*** 
Mr. Band. Mr. Wait., A. W. Sp.uld.ng 't7 « , " l * n ^ ffl "l , ^2;f e 7 IB# 
Craft., *S0, prealdent of the Senata, snd George Campbell *», MHMmf * taw 
Interfraiernliy Conferenee. 



CONN. AGGIE BASKETBALL 
TEAM TO PLAY HEBE 

First Game of Season Promises to 
be a Fast One. 



The M, A. C. basketball ti-iim <>l 1H20. 
a team built up largely from experi- 
enced material and uow fast rounding 
intottbape a* a smooth working quintet . 
will plsy it* first game of the season, 
this week, taking on Connecticut Aggie 
on Wednesday night. It will stuck BB 
against Rhode Island Slate on Saturdsy 
night. Both are old basketball rivals 
who In former appearand*, here have 
forced Aggie to tbe limit to win, and 
Ibis year i* likely to prove no exception 
The "Nutmeg Stale" aggregation Is 
fast this aeason, with l^ockwood, twice 
captain of the learn and the only vel- 
erau. playing st right forward : Uruu- 
wsld, esptaln, al center; and a pair of 
bard fighting backs in Putnam and 
Present!. Slckler, former M plain •>! 
Hsrtford Higb, ami l-oi.l of l.onmi» In 
stitttte, second string backs along wlib 
Alesaader, a feet forward.are but Utile 
inferior to the regular* and will an* 
doabtedly get Inlo ibe game here 

Wesleyaa defeated Connecticut if 
cently 44-SO in a nsrd, fs*l game, test 
ored by the •booting of U»ekw«Hl. He 
eaged six basket* from the floor. 

Utile I* knows of tbe Rhode Island 
State five which oppose* Aggie on Sal 
arday elgbl. i*n»wa defeated the 
Kingston lad* S3-S1, i bough tbe latter 
p«t up a strong game aad forced Brawn 
to estead tiswlf to win. The team l* 
M w with the exception of f apt.Malloy. 
a veteran of three seasons. Ilei*»is»t 
clever player on the offensive, and tbe 
individual star of the team. Against 
Brown his work was eoaapicu.ms. 

The Maroon and White lineup fM 
.■..—- i— n (lffl M U nmfwbii uncertain 

lawajajaF *wsTa# sja^asa***^^ ^» — 

Captsin Grayson will plsy one of tbe 
guard positions, while Pond snd A. W 
Smith sweat likely to at art st the for- 
ward berth.. Thoagh both «f ibese 
same, sre with owponenls of more or 
lew. anknowo *frengtb. owing to l he 
fact lhal nafther have played more than 
one or two games, the Aggie owiatet 
baa been travel Hag fast la practice, and 
should be of with a good slart in each 
eon I est. 



HOCKEY TEAM MEETS AM- 

HEJtST THB SATURDAY 



Li til* 



at Baal Strength 
Froepecta Good. 

The M. A. 0. hockey team nteefa Am- 
bent neat Ssiurday, January IB, en 
Pratt Biak. This hi taw ttat 



POWERS' SliBST 1 TIT F. 
PROVES 

Prevented taw 

tailey 4 * aWai. 



THACR TEAM SEGIN 

NING TO ROUND OUT 



A large 



audience of student* aad 
. waa gi ve n a p l e ssl n g eater. 
ulVment "at fBoohbrid«e Hall last Sat- 
of sn eleven game ecbeoom with someUrday evening, Jan. i. The oeet 
of tae fastest teams in the Baal. A I was the second concert of the 

tt fGea«an*w ea pasje « 



Old Material Forma Solid Nuclei.. 
for *Tew Quartet. 
Cndertbe leadership of Dewing 10. 
assisted by flint 17, working in Ibe 
Poultry Department, the M. A 6, in 
door track lean la being bnlh ap in ■ 
most eaeowraglng manner. The follow. 
Ing men era now candidates? Sklsner 
♦IB, Dewing *», Carletoa *», Harring 
two t m, Ftaa *», Bobertson '», Gray 
m, AUrer *M, Beni m and Snlltvaa W. 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 7, 1920. 









The Massachusetts Collegian, Wedcefday, January 7, 1920. 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobber* «f Wrought Iron and Hran* Pipe. 
Valves rikI Kilting for Bream. Water and 
lias. Asbestos and .Mnirnpaia holler and line 
t ovei intfs. P1|«e « ut to .Sketch, Mill Supplies 
KiiKlneei* and Contractors for Steam and 
Mot Water Heating. Automatic Sprinkler 
Kjstteins, Uoiler and Kngtne connection*. 

Holyoke, Mm 

K.T1II.1IUIO IHtl'i 

Stephen Lank Folges.iIm. 

MASHITFACWURINO JBWUI.BFS 

180 HKOAUWAY. NKW YORfc 

CLUB AND COLLEGE 
PINS ANIJ KINGS i* 

om.D, mii.vhw A*m mtn*rs;ii M*idax> 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 
of best makes 

DYEIN6, ALTERING, CLEANING. PRESSING 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and Gents' Furnishings 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

Expert Repair Work Done 

SltOI SHIK1 STAHP 
J. G1NSBURG, 19 Pleasant Street 



Several Freshmen are also practising, 
although they cannot run on tbe 
varsity. Most of these men have repre- 
sented Agate before, in cross country, 
outdoor track, or on the relay team. 
Dewing is a three letter man, and has 
had much experience on the varsity 
teams of other seasons. Tree was on 
the varsity relay team before entering 
I he service. Gray was a member of t he 
cross country team last fall. Carleton 
and Sullivan were both on last year's 
relay team, and the latter was M.A.C.'s 
big bet in the dashes last spring. Alger 
mid Bent have participated in clasB ami 
fraternity races, but bave not bad 
varsity experience. 

Practice is held Monday, Wednesday, 
aed Friday at 5 p. «., on Tuesday and 
Thursday at 4 p. m., and on Saturday 
either morning or afternoon. Much of 
tbe practice is being done in the moon- 
light now, a fact which adds to the 
freshness of the atmosphere. The roW 
weal her has only aerved to give an im- 
petus to the speed and the general de- 
velepmeul of the team. 

The schedule has not yet been an- 
nounced, but there will be. in all prob- 
ability, three or four meets this season. 
I he most important of these will bi the 
li. A. A. meet, in Boston, DA Feb. 7. A 
meet may also be arranged with Am- 
herst College. 

SHORT COURSE BASKETBALL 

TEAM IS PROMISING 



PROF. WAUGH CALLS ATTEN- 
TION TO CAMPUS BEAUTY SPOTS 



Lantern Slides Prove Slogan of "See 
America First." 



LAST CONCERT OF SERIES 

TO BE THIS FRIDAY 



College Stationery 

With Heal and Numerals. 

Desk Calendar Pads 

With balance of 191W and all of IWQ. 
All kind* of 

Fountain Pens, Banners ill Loose-leaf Books 

A. J. HASTINGS 

■s*« ,dt.l«r and M.lioncr 

Mills' Studio 

Post Office Block 
Amherst, Maw. 




"say rr wrra nomas'* 

We have a supply •»•* tTwb 

Carnations. Roses, Violets 

Also Potted Plants 

(JKmVN ON THE CAMPl > 

FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT 



Experienced Material scarce But 

Good Team Spirit Permits 

Rapid Pi-ogre". 

Tbe short -course basketball team 
pened Its season ibis afternoon ll a 
fast game with tbe Amherst BI** 
School. I'p until the time of going to 
pre** the tinal results and line-up were 
unobtainable. 

Marling with a nucleus of but live 
«sen wbo bave had former training, 
. -ii Grayson has been able to develop 
a speedy, clean-passing outfit. Tbta 
i» due to the tf) lendid spirit shown by 
(he men in reporting Mgnlafly for 
practice. 

Tbe squad oonslsts of about twenty 
M. en From this number two learns 
ha« been picked, one to represent the 
short-course men in the "oote.de** 
games, and tbe other to psrllclpale in 
tbe inierelas* series. Tbe abort-coursa 
leant is to baa Bfth competitor Is th« 
Inlerclass series Ibis winter. 

(onfldenl of their sbll Hies despite a 
lack of form* playing experience, the 
two-year man haw agreed to lake on 
anch quintets as are reproduced by 
Smith Aggie, Wlllisloo, SumeW, Wil- 
brsham, and olhers of an equal calibre. 
Coach Urarson, assisted by manager 
Kerch ner, has sueeeded In doing the 
almost Impassible by ronndlsg into 
*bar*eai»appy,s«rs%ri*# organisation. 
Fur material bs was dependent upon 
more of the stroog-and-wllllog type 
rather than on ibe esperlenie. 
Among the lalfer are Burnett of PlMfuf 
Academy, Pullandebee of New Hamp- 
shire State. Shaw of Westtield Uigb, 
Hadeoch of Tlsbury High, and I^one 
of Morgan Academy, 



Avery interesting illustrated lecture 
on the natural and architectural fea- 
tures of the canipiiH and the country 
in the vicinily of Amherst was given 
at Assembly last Wednesday by Profes- 
sor Frank A. Waugh of ihe department 
of Horticulture, 

Slides were shown, representing the 
college campus of more than t decade 
ago w'nh its absence ol shade trees and 
shrubbery, and its old-fashioned archi- 
tecture. Then views of the same lite 
taken recently, ■bowing tbe improve 
men! in appearance gained bf the care- 
ful ami sysleinulie planting of trees and 
shrubs, were thrown on the screen. 
Slides showing the changes that have 
taken place in the buildings, such as 
North College, whi.li lorinerly boasted 
a large veranda, and t he original chapel, 
now the Chemical laboratory, were also 
given. Then colored photographs ol 
the present buildings, several In. in the 
architectural point ot view, where the 
surroundings ami students passing in 
and out were emp has i s ed, were shown. 
On t -of-l he-way nocks on the campus 
which possess pastoral a* wild beauty, 
such as l he ravine, l he woods back of the 
campus, and ihe pond, were also rep- 
resented, a few well disguised by the 
snows of winter, others garbed in sum- 
mer foliage. Tbe beauty of the e.. liege 
pond, with the willow ireeson it* banks, 
ami its margins lined with irl*. was well 
brought out. 

In addiiloti to these views, many 
others were given, showing ihe avenues 
of great maple trees in all the splendor 
of their ntilmnn foliage found in tbe 
township «» f Amherst and ueighlKiriug 
towns, Tbe view* of the wild forest 
region si Mi. Toby, where a reservation 
belonging to the college is situated, 
showing the htuoks lined with maple 
and white birch trees, the old camping 
ground where the companies of ibe 
military unli of former days used to 
pilch their tents, ihe delightful picnic 
grounds there In the grove - all revealed 
ihe beauties of nature about us and 
made last Wednesday's Assembly the 
most pleasant and interesting lo tbe 
■indent body in many months. 



Berkshire Quartet, Perhaps the Best 
in the Country, Will Give Recital 

of Chamber Music. 
On Friday evening of ibis week, the 
last of a series of concerts by eminent 
musicians will he given. The enter- 
tainers for that evening will be the 
Berkshire String Quartet, 

The Berkshire Siring Quartet is one 
of (be three or four quartets of the 
highest quality in ihe country. Of aim 
liar ability are the Flouzaly Quartet, 
and tbe Lets Quartet. The Berkshire 
Qoartel is perhaps the logical ■ueeeseoi 

ol the old Kneisel Quartet, tbe pioneer 

organisation of III kind. 



TOWN HAI-JL 



Thursday 



Mat.atS 

gvn, mb 



Friday 



Mat. at S 
gv*. at s 



Wm. S.Hart an.l Jsae Wa»sk 

"Wagon Tracks" 

A |.i..tn and lmne»t tale «>f 
lltu-kskln Haii.lUi-n. MOW, 
ami ..( the brother he |o\eit 
i if another man. «««»• uis«n 
whose lieiol waathut broti er s 
blood And of a woman. 
Von'll lupver for»et wm, **. 
Hart In thl* big. toiuian. soul- 
seaiehinu' picture. 

Patfce New* Hum and Jeff 
To.lei.fth.D.y ___ 

Olive Thetsai ' M r*. .lack 
lick ford) In 

"TOTON" 

a aptsmtlns roa»a»e« of 
ilirl* sad It* l*Hn qiuuier. 
In which Ml** Tbnii.** I-or- 
lr*v»adn*lnilp Mteiarnn. 
•Mined by Harrison ri*her. 
ll»e»rtl«l.tnh#th#ttn»*t beau 
tltul *u«tw Strl In A tuetlc*. 

Pi ( o«r»ph 

••rtsasit'snrwrai^stta" 

rei ! sennet t> 



Saturday 



aad 
In 



TH K f , takes is la landscape work 

In Atlanta. lis. 



■■"KM*? 

.""■".SaW" 

— — \ sr»f urilnu f 'I'rntno /'"«' 

1 Mary It I* ■ *|«len«ltd r«in»e- 

^ . I d» and leaches some talualtlr 

Hat. st 3 i,.«»„n» to r"un' l"lk "' lhl * 

Kve rnbow* raltsvagaai as«- 

•-4J, 



r.,h»New. Usrit 
lart > ^^ w T hefau^oe€asa ,^ 

Ue..r«e Klrlnfa ■tufeudoM 
Itoman els**!*. 

— ' **T1ii Ust Days of Pdaptfl" 



Monday 



Mat. MS 
Kv*. at • 



i • 
fSildren, l*c 
Adult*, tie 

tee, 
S*toar, t$< 
■stews?. Sis 



In " t*rt» 
Funndrd on LSfS Bnlwsr"* 
»i.,rv.*tn**« at romiH-U -nd 

ToHn ««»»»• M I* 4 )**? **" 
iuu«* lt»it»» ««*t an* usta- 
yi.l.hed at Hows. Half, m 
elm-ailonal raise to I askves*- 
nrabt* It to falthrsl »«•*■ 
duclliin of P"W|*II Jf IwA.D. 

Csus l r 





TelephoB* 



I 



*i«.— Prof. H, A. Koyes li to direct 
ihe researeb and esperimenlsl work of 
the newly organised Agricultural De- 
partment of the Welch Orape Juice Co. 
of West field, N. V. Prof. Soyts Is 
namrally known for his work In agri- 
cultural and hortlcnUnral research, be 
U also aaaociated with the Melmo In- 
stituieol Industrial Besearehat PHla- 
burg, Pa. 



IK you would know real smok- * anient tnent, ju* you smoke 
iWDC Pipe full of your tavoriw tobacco. Then you'll 
k»flw what a real Frs^di briar ti, and whit the Demuth 
*easontn« wiH do to make it break in sweet sad mdlow. 
Ask soy good dealer to show you t variety of shspea, then 
pick r»*rrf. 

WM. DEMUTH & CO., NSW YORK 

WORLDS UA««g«T HAItlll OW f»INI P I P I » 







CAMPION'S GREAT SALE ! 

20 Fur Coats $13.75, $15.75 ^g» lar Plic « **> M and * 2 S'°° 

A few Overcoats, Regular Pri ce, were $35.00, $4Q-«>> Sale Prices $19.50, $24.50 

AT CAMPIONS COLLEGE STORE 



HOCKEY GAME WITH AMHERST 

[Continued fteH pa*T* U 

i,.ur game trip is Included, on which 
^(.iinuHeld, Tufts. M. I.T., und Beaton 
fjullsge art" plajted. Nearly all t he 
I . i.rtin iv gamfsare played Oil the li'iiin- 
rink, and ini*lu«b' the bait COStOStl ol 

. ear. 




I.Kl \M> B, (iKAKK lf«t2 



iL.tb the westber condition* and tbe 

, tb of material make the outlook 

. bright for a team wbh-b will 10m- 

wcll with tbtme that wrre ranked 

1. .iirtb atiionu New Knulnmi college* a 

v,.;,r« agu.The bM i* ineJieellenl cm- 

.ii,;hh) praaeal signs do sol Indicate 

,.iirence tit (be *ln*h that wt« mi 
alenl last year, 
Ihe candldstes for the team are U*- 
i«liMiH *10, IJoncelle *W, Sawyer '», 
leraofl *»», Andeiwm, *W), Ihiwd '»!, 
(mil- »». Hedditig 'tfJ. Allan *si. He 
||, Mewell fl.Poole '«.<Joonibs 
.w'Xl. Malbis'alt. l-y«us '«and 
<„i iim 'm, Crafts. Allan. Hedilioi;, 
and McCarthy ate inrmfr varsity men, 
and funo a nucleus for tbe leaat. 

The rtrsl bard *crlMmage took plsce 
last Saturday. Collins, (raft*, Mi- 
• .inl.v. Matiaell. Uo»d, lM»tHcl(i«. aioi 
%>weil played on Ibe Hml Ham. The 
names ot those who will play In the 
Vitiherat israe ha»e not yet bean nn- 
nuttoesA. 
The proses for tbe Amherst game 
»a only he based on the strength ol 
ir caudidmles. as Amharel has jdsyed 
.... gaumea thns far, *» boekej ha* 
« played wUbouroW rival fuf ate- 
-i,il run, and ihi* fset. In addition to 
« being tbe Ural game of ton seaaoo, 
•bntild serve M bring ont all lbs Aggie 
•plrit wbleh ha* b*en latent *inc« the 

rnftsaasse la H asan bar. 
Maoaaei l«f«f has annooneed the 
'•wins whedole*, 
Jan in — \wher»t at Awberst, Pratt 

Kink. 
4aa. H.—BpriHgfhild si SpflnrBeld. 
1ft Tuttsat Hertford. 
l»i M, l,T. *t Cam bridge . 
17 Boafun College *t Ikr-ion 
.'I |;,. .!..!. 1 ollege St M. S. < 

f$k :•- Amband nl M a, 0, 

hi. 7 Iterrswiserai M. A I 

H N.rissJield at M. A.C. 
r«b. ii-WilliaiBs at WUIlantstown 
r«b, »i-Tutlsat U, A, C. 

Stl— U. A.C. Nerotiil* *« WilltattMI, 
at Kasthanipton^ 

li— The marTlnge of Miss J snot «, 
i«»n m *iake* T bunion on Jjeceaiher 
M has bean anaanend, 



THE MARK OF SUCCESS IS 

SERVICE-REV. ATKINSON 

Amherst Preacher Gives Straight- 
Forward Address in Chapel. 

The .speaker at Chapel lM< .Sunday 
morning wm Iter. William A. Atkinson* 1 
..t Amheisi. l»r. Atkinson broimbt a 
inssaign of oiit-«>f-<biui>i, ehoosisg bis 
teal tr..in Phllll plans 8:1a—*' 1 oram 
toward tbe matk fol the prize." lie 
, poke of ibe feci thai ebarehes had for 
ih« pa^t few ittntmers held open-air ear* 
rtees and lma»in«dlh*l whal thej were 
doing waasonreiblog ratj fine sad new. 
Truly H wns line but a* l»i being new 
it was not. fJbrlst 1 * best wonU were 
spoken on blildOBS, or out in IVtet - 
l.i.at in Ibe open air. Th«»«.e wein the 
Iral open air Mrfleas, Tbe apostle 
Caul, from whose writings ibe lest of 
ti„. morning was taken, loved Ibe out- 
01-doorH. The leit Itself refers to an 
..Ht-of-.looiH sport, the foot-race, where 
the prise le he won was tbe laurel 
wreath. In "uch a ease a* this the 
si, ..Heal distance lot he goal Is a straight 
|| M , In actual Hie, however. It i* not 
always Ika bast Method iogo*irnighi 
mward Ihe object deion-d. Indirect 
mates In thing* are often the ItttSl 
worth whlla. Whal are S4»ine <»■ the 
ilitim* worth a bile.' Happiness i» ■ 
pri/.e, that you and 1 hsvr a right to 
..btain. Unl happiness Is seldom at- 
tained by I hose spending all their time 
liteetly aean-blng for it. U is ■ 
„!,,.„ won b> ihe indirect ronle. Tbe 
happiest people are those trying to 
make others happy 

Heaven is a Sw co n d pf»'e »bal I* worth 
strngBlitig for. tveiyone wishes to 
reach It after Ibe rw* of life Is run 
There are iwo estreats rlasaes of peop't- 

wbo ifbi ■tremnn i Idea* ..t kwaeaa- 

tbiM« wboeiaiiu to bare baeomi * •»»»»- 

I and then slide thmngb the re- 

,ii,.!. i it Ufa, thinking Jhat the gate. 
,,i t.caven » ill nwing Wide »t iloi 
i,r„R.li alter having aceomplHhert uoih 
ing lo Ibrir live* la aWsil the pii?e, 
and tbmewh.. aaeei ■!*» a thought to 
heaven at all. The Indlm-i route to 
again the most fommendable. UvlM 
ibe s>hh1 Hfr Iwd helplitgiJlhers.mil f<-r 
the *eIfK*u parpoasof aaving join -til. 

n i, MH . \ K the path thai leads to beavea, 

hueriow i« tui>''b»r prise worth oblallt. 

ing. "UHing ibe I le tolbe Snll*'i» ilo 

taeaaun fur attaining »ut«re*». Ti- 

direct route »i - >* • «• ifada lo iraa 

«B4)<esm. Uf, t.renl.H bit a pfttonlslng 

bniilitess pjni«ioi» in bi* home In Kng- 

Intol lw go lino the w.l. i*. of Jjibnidor 

»■ a mission of servlw tu the p*»«r eM 

pie living la savM«y sod Ignorant! 

iherp, TuAur he la Sir Willred i.rt n- 

fell. Tbe Site of Ihrisl w-- • I "» 

|,reme servi™. At on© li we there was 

a single man who believed In him- 

John ib« tapthrt. Tbae bis dlsclpies, 

I tben the mallltode* Iwlle^ed nnrt now 

Chrift Is wtBiiingtb* world. It nnjnliis 

f„r nvpryoite "f na t« pWSs toward the 

'Bark for tbe prixe, mil ^elliahly, hut 

.Wlih the thought of nervlee. 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurers Office $1.00 
LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

Deuel's Drug Store 



TOILET ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORDS 



Kodaks and Supplies 



Fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photograpl 

NORTHASwiTON 



BECKMANS 
Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MOEANDI - PBOCTOB COMPAN 
Manufacturer. Institution Cooking Apparatus 

of 

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BOSTON 



•^ p — Rear Admiral 9, H. Barber M.C, 
its sow stationed at fhs U, 8. Sfa?sl 
i Uospitsl. Um Aetnas, Colo. 



Batchelder & Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AND POUI 1 WV HRESSGRft 

W1KH.RSAI.K iiM.V 

Beef, Mutton, lamb. Veal, Park, Hems, Bscon, 5so- 

aages, PovHrjr, name. Hotter, Cheese. 

Bm, OHva OHs. 



Bbwk*t..r,r v.. rib mid North I . i.«te siree!*, 

BOSTON, .... nAa», 



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Dealer to Fert ilizers and Fwtilto- Mitaial 



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PRINTERS, 

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The Massachusetts Collepian, Wednesday, Jenuary 7, 1920. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOARD OF EDITORS. 

jamknc Mapi.ks *ao. KdUor-ln-Ctiief 
JOHN A. < hawk..hi. "iO. Managlnir Editor 



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UkwikM.I'amphkm. "20. Hnalnesa Manager 
Qfjnao* A Smith '20, Advertising Mnnaser 
IIkki.i it i l- (Jf.eb *21. Circulation Manager 
Kvkhktt t*. Preston *21 



Subscription 12.00 per year. Single 
copies. 10 cents. Make alt orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager a* soon as possible. 

Kntereri at •econd-rlaaa matter at the Amherst 
Poet Office. A <•<•«■ j>t c<l r«.r mailing stapedial 
rate of i>ot»iaire provided for in aectlon 1108. Act 
of October. 1917 authorised Augast SO. IMS. 



The COM.KOIAM extends lo all its 
taadcirs the heartiest wishes for success 
linriny lite new year. 



The Mew Term. 

The pSSStaa. of the old term Is being 
followed by the Ktnrtinc of the new one. 
The Hurry of the new college year 
should have tiled down by this time and 
, „,» parpoat "' SoeslSl Ul college should 
Imve hud time to BSSStl Itself forcefully. 
The weeding MM process by the faculty 
ha* decreased the number of students 
bj Utile so that the college, as a body, 
feel* little difference between the pres- 
ent term and the past other than that 

of the Wf.lllot 

It i« natural for animal* especially, 
(or i he lowet animals, to hibernate 
when cold weather comes. Man la an 
iinimat and U is nut surprising to no- 
tice lit* decrease m outdoor activity and 
the a.-coinpiiiivlng int-rease of Indoor 
Mpttrita. The ■.indent find* outlet* for 
hi« energy during the winter In social 
life, in a llmlteil number of sports, in 
the more intellectual games, or better, 
to less physical games, such as bil- 
liards and bowling, and In a greater 
application of time to his studies. By 
his retreat from the North wind to his 
room, he automatically limits bis vision 
id the outside world and at the same 
time uneowirionsly narrows his view 
potnt on college life. Such > tbe dan- 
ger of the student's hll»eraalloB,— the 
luoftlnjto! intere*! In the larger college 
problems. 

(in I he other hand, if the -indent 
in sin tains « eoHMlan! degree of activity 
but over a narrower Held, his attention 
toward one particular Issue may become 

• ii..| e anile. 

KroBJ tbeatandpulBl of college better* 
menl, would it not be wiser for the col- 
lage student to display his superiority 
o'rer the lower animal* by directing bis 
efforts more thoroughly toward tbt 
political problems such as (be desira- 
bility and the pracflblllty of the hotter 
system rather than to succumb to tbe 
demand* of the eteBtut* by subduing 
himself In his room? J, A, c. 



It IS Progressing. 
Tbe two middle classes have the 
Honor System— an Honor System which 
at such an early Btage is working 
better than the average Honor Syslem 
worked elsewhere. It has passed 
through its darkest period, a period in 
which tbe Conservatives said, "Let us 
drop the Honor System ; it is not work- 
ing." Now, the Honor System is on its 
upward path. Why? Because the 
classes under this system have begun to 
get a Utile "sore" when they have seen 
classmates acting dishonorably. At 
ilrst they stood for these dishonorable 
actions with just a little murmur of dis- 
approval, but boob tbe conditions be- 
came too irksome and then followed 
outbursts of angry comment which 
made the few affected in each class feel 
rather cheap. 

Tbe Honor System at M. A. C. is 
going through the stages of develop- 
ment that all Honor Systems must go 
through. The next step will be a vio- 
lent outburst of feeling against wrong 
doers. As a result of this outburst 
M. A. <\ will lose one or two of its stu- 
dentBand the HonorSystem will be much 
strengthened. We have not reached 
the stage where every man will report 
any other whom be sees acting dishon- 
orably, but the time is not far ahead 
when the great majority will see to it 
that no one gives or receives aid during 
an examination conducted under tbe 
Uonor System. This will take a num. 
bar of years, but this spirit which 
already ha* a foothold Is bound to grow. 
The feeling against alcoholic drink 
grew until ll expressed Itself In the 
prohibition act. 

You know that there are not more 
than 8% of a class that will stait dishon- 
orable proceeding* it ao oae else Is act- 
ing thai way. M. A. C. has entrance 
requirements high enough that if a man 
pa*-!-* tbem be is reasonably sure to be 
able to pass all courses required for 
grsduation. There are a few who get 
into M. A. C. who, although on the face 
of things may be eligible, have not 
really the entrance requirements. Per- 
haps tbey persuaded their kind High 
School principal tocerlify them for they 
surely would do better when tbey got 
in college or by some oilier mean* not 
according to tbe straight and narrow 

path. 

il I* thin bandful of men who not 
being able to stay In college fairly resort 
to unfair mean*, either forced to by 
necessity, or by force of habit. Do 
these fallows measure up to tbe stand- 
ard that M. A.C. seta for it* students? 
No. Well t hen, si nee they do not belong 
here and ire the ones thai cause all tbe 
trouble by their demoralizing influence, 
why keep tbem here? Why not report 
their actions? 

Men, the Honor System binges on the 
•Ingle point that lo work tbe Individual 
must convince himself that It Is his 
duty to report a man If be sees him act- 
ing dishonorably. Quite a number 
already see It this way. Let us all get 
that spirit and do what we can to event- 
ually make tbe Honor .System at M. A. 
f.\ one of the beet in the country, one 
that all colleges can point to as a per* 
fectly working Honor System. 

P. J. Catcto. 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Wednesday, Jan. 7. 
K-00 p. m.— Basketball, M. A. C. vs. 
Connecticut Aggies. 

Tiiuhsdat, Jan. 8. 
7-30 p. M.— Inlerclass Basketball. tBM 

vs. 1922, 1921 vb. 1923. 
7-30 h. m.- Pomology Club Meeting. 
7-30 p. m.— 1918 8moker. Social Union 

Boom. 

Fbiday, Jan. 9. 
7-40 A. M.— Chapel 
8-00 p. m.— Berkshire String Quartet, 

College Hall, Amherst. 

Saturday, Jan. 10. 

Hockey, M. A. 0. vs. Am- 



g 00 p. M,- 

herst at Amherst. 
8-(K) p. m.— Basketball, M. A. I 

Bbode Island State. 

Sunday, Jan. 13. 
»-10 a. m.— Chapel, Bishop 

Hughes, Methodist 

pal Church. Boston 
Tuesday, Jan. 13. 
7-30 p. m. -Senate Meeting. 

Wednesday Jan. 14. 
3 (Ml p. M. — Assembly, Col. R. I. 

Washington, 1). C. 



vs. 



K. II. 

Kpisco- 




Speaking of dropping a 
there's a hint in every drop! 

••• Scotch Mists"! 

Fine, rain or shine. 

The handsomest sott of 
weather overcoats, rain-proofed, 
elusive with us. 



hint, 



fair- 
Ex 



Keen 



DR. CHAMBERLAIN EXPLAINS 
RUBBER-MAKING PROCESS 

Ohetn. Club Plan* Por Annual Trip 
To Nearby Pactorie*. 
An interesting and well-attended meet- 
ieg of the Chemical Club was held 
Thursday, Jan. 1, at 7-80 In tbe Chemi- 
cal laboratory. As soon ■* the meet- 
ing was brought to order, President 
Frelllck introduced the speaker of the 
evening, I>r. Chamberlain, who bad 
chosen for his talk the manufacture of 
synthetic ruhber. 

Prof. Chamberlain explained briefly 
the relation of rubber to other chemi- 
cals, *ucb a* turpeniine, camphor, 
and re*in. He then told bow rubber 
wa* prepared In tbe South American 
and Malayan forest*. After these in- 



Tlie best of eveirthtng college men wear. 
* fttgittt* ft/ T> tiiiewark. 

Special "Shoppin* Service" 
for order* by mail. 

Rook its Pkrt Company 



Broadway 
at 13th 8t, 

Broadway 

at Warren 



The 

Four 

Corners" 

NKW YORK CITY 



it roadway 
at 84th Bt 

Fifth Ave 
at 41st St 



TO BE EXPECTED 

reu possibly have wondered why 
dairymen who n*e 



C/einer jnJ C/ej/i* *'£ 



ate so much awre ftucc***ful and pro*, 
person* than tho*e who do not. There 
I* nothing unusual about this when you 
eonalder the many advantage* ibaf are 
derived from the use of this material, 

Thia cleaner thoroughly removes all 
objectionable and feraieuteUve matter 
from dairy and creamery apparatus, 
leaving It pure, sweet, sanitary and 
clean, which Is the condition moat de- 
sired for the production of dairy pro- 
ducts of the highest quality. It el*o 
proves to be an economy of considerable 
Importance, because of tbe saving In 
time, labor and cleaning material neces- 
sary lo fully accomplish voiir cleaning 
need*. 



Make Sure of Tour 

01 LAVAL 

Cream Separator 
Early in 1920 



There's m> hanttlrr or totter war of atari 
1ns the .Ne« \ car right than !•> making tare 
of * nets l»e 1***1, If toe sre either without 
* cream aerjarator or are ails, an lafeilor 

■ •r half aornout NMirtttM thai ahotild be 
replaced. 

Kor three rears now, thouaaixta of t h ose 
*ho wanted a lie lavs I have Bad to wait 
weeks for It and man* have had to tra« * 
a*rond-*rade eetwratnr. The demand ha* 

■ Hli |dr exceeded the |«»«lt«le •apply, thottCB 

ii m. n- l»e I a vale hav* bee* iBirle each rear 
than ever before. 

More and better Ue La vats will b* made 
this rear the* «t*r before— w unam a* avail- 
able plant addition* and •killed workmen 
ran produce— tat the demand give* every 
Indication of being even greater at III. 

Order your Ue Laval now. Make Mr* of 
getting It bet it save half M* Mat by 
apritUl. 



De la ral local agent Bt 
. he nearest lie Laval of- 

f'.runi " 




*0S,— Tbe present address of P. W. 
Fan** is 83 Harvard street, Springfield. 



NOTICE 

The ex-'lK's will bold a smoker, 
Thursday, January 8, at 7-80 in the 
Social Union. Everybody out With eW 
pep sod the favolite pipe to make 
things hum! 



TIE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 

l«Rm*dwsy » 1. Madteon Si. niHealeW. 
Mew York fhlcago Man Ftanebxe 



CARS 



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Order from your 
s tip ply Saute ... 



It 



Clean 



ta every 



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Co., Sole Mnfrs 
dot!*, Mich 




7J8 
Ml 

11. so 
1.30 
8.80 
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7 80 
0.30 

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through to Sunderland 



AIMEISr 

HOLYOKE STREET RAILWAY 




THE NEW YEAR 

"Tbe Hos» of Wnleli" extend* it* einrt*re tliaukH io oil patron* for their aupport during the 
year just jiuhm-iI and offera to them it* beat wiahr* for 11120, We look forward lo the day when 
merchandise pricea will have readied iheir high peak nud a decline to easier and more vetabliahed 
levela aef in. As in the past, so in I9SO. we will continue lo fulfill our tomiioii of serving yuu lo 
the very best of our ability, holh in the wholesale market* and in the atore. 



n-duclory remarks, he talked in de* 
tall upon the chemical principles tin- 
(trlaving the synihcsi'* of rubber, nml 
|Miinic(l out some difficulties of the 
!,.!>lciii. Specimens cif crude ;m<l to 
1*4 rubber were passed about for ex- 
Hiiitiiilion by the audience. 

\tlcr the completion of the add re**, 
m informal discussion look place, at- 
cioled by a general lighting of pipcn 
H. ii Bigarattaa. Piupuwl nips in various 

luetOrlM were Dotuddered, and I he «-oin- 

mitiec iii charge of the matter waala- 

-i raeted la arrange a date suitable fof ■ 

i ,. rio- inceiinu adfourned ai ■hum 

Ii 15. 

I'lic to-\t meciing ol the club will ha 
. - 1.1 I litttsday, Jan. 16, Rl 140 r It 



MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

RUOS AND CARPETS 

— K. 11. MA Its 1 1 l>t \ I I - 



F*4f?t«;e 9 » {Shoe 

(Between the Batiks) 



tore 



UNIQUE SYSTEM FOR TRAIN- 
ING ON FUNDAMENTALS 

Professor Phelan i* Organising Unit 

Course* for Ken Without High 

School Training. 

. meet the icijuiremelil- o| III.- foil 

Beard men ;i new series ul BO*cal!ed 

ii.ii courses has lieen c-iiibllshcl 
■ r the direction of PlufeMaOf IMiclnn 
The cnrollmrnl is M, Thaf will 
oolucted by n new «-or|»«« ol in 
tolw, Mi|.el>i*io| b) I':- • ollc-e. loll 
lodei government B«] These are 
I J llntke.S. IC. .spencer. \ I. Towel. 
o,.l Mrs. A. It. llesuuKoii 

ll.c jotrpone of I lice ...in- »o- 

i.i.t, i.. meet the reifulremenls of tin- 
federal hoard men wh«»se previous edu- 

r*tl«nal training ha« not I n ul high 

wheel grade, and lo iiikecate «»f Itboat 
mbb who are sent to lue college at 
»l.f intervals by the Federal Hoard. 
ilo'v will l**t «»t»e month each and 

• ill deal With the -ill. p.. II Hi ,i pn 

ient*ry fashion. Ruftthlh, aril I 
u'-neial agricnllure, powiola g y , 
i-iiiliry, and animal htistiandry are 

raw ilurlng the current montlt. *>l 
i till list each man Is required to eboose 

* r, r • • i t oir aubjeela. Two hours a 

I* devoted lo eaeb subjr< i This 

•i a minim urn of sl» hours and m 

i» titiluium uf eight. These two hour 

»l« are spent m the dUcrelbin of 

thi instructor ii Bewail) Boeahttaoi 1 

hoar of very mueh ■impllfied 

urlng, followed by in hour of prae- 

1 work under the direct aupervishm 

• the teacher. So iiuiilde stndy aa- 

•nent* will he given 

\t the end •* eaeh month * new 

■a n€ tjoBtjun will be otored tat the 

ii. |o some rases the> ell) he 

• i. lontluBatlon of former »uiijeets, 

hers, entirely new. In this wai Ii 

* hoped to fake ear* ot tbe federal 

rd man who ha* not yet renched 
. school grade In hbi inielbyetmn 
•« 'ittvemaata. 
I he tinli coor*e« are belnn deveb»|ted 
»he short -cuiir-c itcpartinenf ul M. 
^ f". nioler the dlreetlim «d f *r»«f I'lic 
., a .i ..f the Federiil rfcrartl 



r* ^f . I, 



i™,^I>iirwin fi, Levlne !• boy*' *uper< 
»<«f at the lT«-!irc» (Irjili.tii- lliont in 
I'ielpbls, and I* now lakinE Rmd- 
mm w.^rk * i Dropeie College 



SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 




Electricity— 

the Master Force in Manufacturing 

THE marvel* of electricity h«w revoh«tion«ed our manu- 
facturing industries. With beka and puUeya replaced 
by electric motors operating automatic— almost human 
machine many a slow and tedious process has been elimi 
Bated. The factory worker* task of yesterday is made 
pleasant by His c ommand ol this magic power 

The Crane Company a plant at Chieafo--eleetrkal through 
out-b a model of uidtastrial efficiency. Its 10.000 horse- 
power of driving energy is brought by three small wirea 
from a distant power plant Then electricity drive* the 
machinery which handles the coal for heating, cuta the steel, 
, i the sand and sorts the ina*erial--m fact does everything 
from scrubbing the Boor to winding the clock. 

Such an institution is marrdoue— swr^umaa— made thus 
by the mail-multiplying force of electricity. The Gen. ral 
Electric Company has bees laaSsTOeeatsJ in ejecting th.* 
evolution. First, by d evelo p ing succeawul idectnc gener 

.Atg and I missinn apparatus to furnish «onor«caUy 

tJna modern form of powet. Sea^^.lteNiihmanyyeaw 
„f active co-onestion with hundreds of mm^Mtn, H 
ha, mMt^red the art of apprying &a iiBnof &&*f «^ 
to a rnuitirude of needs, And SnaBy, through branch 
emcee and other distifcaging cnannek, its products are 
made acceeaible to all 

General#Electric 

jfeftgpg Company tfh^oA 




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tk- m.— rhuaette Collegian. WHne«lay, January 7, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 7. 1920. 



CLASS BASKETBALL WILL 

DEVELOP SURPRISES 



•• 



BIDE-A-WEE 



t* 



Entering Class Claims More Than 
Usual Knowledge of the Game. 
The interelass basketball series Marts 
this Thursday evening with a name 
between 1»20 and IKS. and one between 
1921 and 1H23. Little is known of the 
prowet.8 of the two even classes but 
rumors Indicate a knowledge and ex- 
perience of the irame in both learns. 
The odd-numbered classes have devel- 
oped a detiuite ability already and are 
eager for their hrst contest together. 
Juniors Have Experience 
About fifteen candidates turned out 
for the first practice of the Junior class 
banket ball team last Thursday evening. 
Among these are Whittle and Iteadio, 
feterans of former el«M teams, and 
Caseio. Hrigham and Long of lust years 
s..phomore team. J«»nes, Waite and 
Kosott are other promising men. From 
this material 1021 should he able to de- 
velop a strong combination and with a 
little practice show the way to the 
Freshmen in the first game ol the inler- 
olass series Thursday night. 

K. L.Starkey is manager ..I the team 
and C P Whittle has been d 

cxplili. 

1098 vs. Northampton 
The Freshman "varsity" basketball 
team is fast rounding into shape for its 
first scheduled pms, which is to In- 
played next Saturday, January 10. in 
ibe M. A. C. Drill Hall. The opponent, 
Northampton High School ,bj considered 
topuss«»th«f«»«dteam in the Oo* 
nectlcut Valley. At present, the mom 
promising candidate, are as follows: 
Forwards: Alexander, Alger, and 
Marabmaa. Backs: «rayao«, Hall, 
Sargent, and Tumey. 

POWERS SUBSTITUTE 

((.•oeUnaed trom iwse Ll 



Creamed Chicken and Wattles Our Specialty 

And other good things to eat. 

MRS l~ M. STEBBINS 

Middle Street. (Tel. 416-W) Hadley. Maw. 



PLAZA 

>orthami>ton • Mass. 

60LDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the Best 

PHOTO-PLAY 



THE COLLEGE STORE 

F. M.Thompson & Son 



• • • 

Are «tm» ii. 
Fronram chan«ed daily esc#a« Msadsjr 
and Tuetday. 
t'KKf'U P, BKI.MONT. Manager. 



S. S. HYDE 

j,.w. »l« «• «»«»** Optlolcin 

IS Plvaaant Htrwi 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Bioken Lenses Accurate!? Replaced 

Fine Witch Ripalriil 

Prompt!, and Skilfully Don. 

aattafactlan (iuarantrcd 

THE MILLETT JEWELRY ST0R1 

sayasKK saasasa 

mm Waua ■evalriad. alao lrefcsa U»e 

"" Kri.iarml Promptly. 

31 Mala Itraeu amfcewt, «•'• 



We are now represented at 
M. A.C. by the College Store. 
Our sales slips are good for 2 
per cent on any purchase that 
you make there. 

This im ans i saving for you 
and extra luisinc i for us. 

Still plent) «•> those Leather 
and Sheepskin Coats. Don't 
wait until the cold wi-allu-r is 
all over before you get ftmtm. 



RaHARS INN 

N..f»i.»ini.i.«n mme bftH 

mmmmwum 



Union i*rl«a» * nd ,u * performer wm 
Mr. W«e» » B Maoctate uf Mr , - el " nd 
Powera, the noted comedian. * tm M ac 
cunt t»l U1»M» «■ Mn * bl * lo ta prw * 
enl blmm-lf 

Mr. El«»ira™ar«dla««»l »b* three- 
•ct wmuAl* "Paawfiii Valley" The 
•siting of this play !■ I" «*• Wbl, «; 
Mountain* of Hew llampahlre, and 
lb* plot Intolvaa naltteaof !•• aeetlon 
witb sobiwot boarders from !*•* Tort 
City Tea Hr»t M-mMi to at Jonathan 

Mt ««« h * rtel « wbM * "*". 
While or "Boaey." '*»• y°«" fc«tei . 
wt Her, ««•« Um Virginia Band, s 
charminit girl from the rity. This **- 
ou.tnlatiee de«l*pi Wo a romance 
and afaw brine* H.*«» tele <*••»* Wt» 
Ward Andrewe, ib» *»'*!« <* '»• 9^T' 
rroro Mm awi«a **« fl * lhi wh,,r *" 
•bouts of hi. eteiei Martha, long lost 
la «•* York City, and with Ml*. Ba.d la 
help h«g««a« there and find, her. Tba 
IiMMhM Hartby returned l«* her 
home, and the two juung people, Tir- 
g , n », ««d H«aa, happily M»«i. 
ttrta»iaipl«h«« #n««i« play,r«li 

(ull u< ap^ 1 ' s,,,,i u ""* i Unm,,t - ,h ' 
raadW. lm,.•^«•"• : "" ,, * mtn lr "" J" 
„f., a«d ga« . .t.»». • h»» »»' »' «-;;" 

.n.1 «t •«,.««!..« *...» ;«"»^ "»• 

dapirtlor. «rf the brr-,, -||,«j. w«b 
T , ri o«, »»irlelil». *^ f «*£■ 
„ld Jonaiban F«rd, w»re the br. a t,« 

Uabti *»» tbea*a»tng- 

a— ~ 

Aggie ia gi*^n lb« eiwing **• «M 

lofu. am dud iwy* 1 * 

Mart ard aad Tata ara droppad 



we earn » rail Htw rf 

Students' Appliances 

RUMERY 



No Matter 

How Perfect 
Tour Attire 

Tow appaaraiH* h mawri «bI^ >•»«» 

Footwear is C3orrect 

E- M. BOLLES 

Th« pl«« «o go lor tollcie Sho«» 

THE HOME 




IS 



Hotel Worthy 

Drop in for a meal or over 
night. 



Main and WdftiltaitW 







COLLEGIAN COMPETITION 

STARTS WITH THIS ISSUE 



LARGE NUMBER OF SHORT 

COURSE MEN ENTERED 



Fifteen Candidates for Position on 
Staff. Contest Lasts Whole 
Term. 
The annual competition for positions 
n the Collkqian board opened Dae 
.51 at midnight. Ten Freshmen and five 
^...phomores have recorded their inten- 
tion of trying out. A keen competition 
|g expected. 
The competition will extend up to and 
minding Ibe last issue .of tbiBterm. 
i ;il Is were issued on Dec. 15, 30 and g] 
with the net result recorded above 
Three Freshmen and one Sophomore 
are to be elected to the editorial and 
business staffs, respect Italy, 

This year brings man> ebangai in 
the rules. For ellgtbtlltj to election 
to the business Staff, a minimum of 15 
.•rniils will be required, These ma> be 
..htaiiied by office work, routine work. 
,,r b| obtaining adveriisiiiir. OaeCTedM 
will be given for eaeh two hour's 
work. It is stipulated in the rules that 
tit least one eiedit shall be earned ti>i 
the obtalnanee of advertising. <>tie 
|..iinl will be given for each column 
molt of new advertising of e.oh two 
loliimn Inches of renewed advertising. 
The editorial department requires a 
minimum of 20 credits. One credit will 
B» given for reading one of sewiai 
books used by the Itunil Journalism de 
paitment. A qil'lZE based RpOfl tbi" 
reading will be given to the eompetiiors 
it tbe end of the ten weeks. If the 
,-amlidate shows a sufficient knowledge 
uf the subject, be will be credited with 
.me rjoint. A maximum of the credit* 
will be given (or office work or pm..f 
reading at tbe rale of one pedal for 
each two hours. The majority of tbe 
credits must be earned by news articles 
turned In and actually used. The ma- 
larial for these must be obtained inde- 
pendent of the assignment* made to tbe 
regular staff. Credit at the rate of one 
point for each six column inches of 
new material and for each seven Indie* 
of "rewrlie" material. One veaaral 

assignment will be made to tin inpel- 

ttors each week. The best article of 
those turned In will be piloted and the 
iiiihor thereof will receive the credit 
t.»r H, 

When ■ candidate obtains the mini- 
mum requirement in credits, it merely 
readers bin eligible for election, The 
board reserves tbe right to withhold 
elect ion, 

Elections will be held Immediately 
lollttwing the last issue of the term. A 
bi-weekly statement, of Individual stand- 
tags will be printed la the Uoi,i,r,«.t *n 
"•lumiiM. 

The following men are candidates 
for the editorial staff; WIS, Cary, Han- 
ilall, II rum ley. Leonard, Cbapin: 1WW. 
iJndshog, Oay» Fuller, Uaraiae, Airing- 
i«»n. Gotten and Burke, Fr tbe business 
•««fh 19§2, Buck | IfSS, Waiteber, 
Buckley and Folsom. 



Amherst Lodging Facilities Taxed to 
Capacity. 

The M. A. C. winter short-course 
ipened Dec 30 witb 100 lo attendance. 
The same courses as have been offered 
in former years will be given a very few 
minor changes. Professor Phelan Is 
in charge. 

Because of the difficulty of finding 
rooms tor these students, the course 
was not advertised extensively. A 
-eriotis effort is being made to locate 
sufficient suitable lodgings for those 
men now enrolled. The unusually 
large influx ot students other than tbe 
torn year men has taxed the lodging 
tacilities of Amherst lo tbe limit. 
A'ilh the expected increase in the two- 
year enrollment this coming year, a 
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C. W, 8e*tl *i0 will complete his 
work fa tending, where be has been 
fakiag a eenrse In apprentice teaching 
under the supervision of the Depart, 
meat of Agricultural Educatlon.on Uec, 
IB, Be will return to college nei! term. 



Tbe Walker Chemical Laboratory at 
W. P. 1. is io be enlarged during the 
coming year, practically doubling Its 
pnseai capacity. The cost of tbe ft* 
novations will be In the neighborhood 
°f *H6,0Q0. 



RIFLE TEAM MATCHES AR- 
RANGED. FIRST ON JAN. 16 

Tufts Team Shoots Here on That Date. 

The UitleClub bald a meeting Wed- 
nesday, Dec 81. at which most of tbe 
eom pat ttors f..r tbe team were present. 
It was announced that final arrange- 
ment-, bad already been made for the 
Aggie-Tufts match which Is lobe shot on 
dome ranges ,lan.ltl,and which will toii- 
,t,i of two targets of ten shot* each 
Tin- challenge ol tlielloston Revolver and 
Uillc < lub ha* also been accepted and 
thi* match will probably take place the 
latter part of this mouth. On Keb. 23 a 
match with M. L T. i» to be shot. 
1'raciiie toTlbaaa meets, as well as for 
the intercollegiate meets, which are to 
im shot later In tfca lerm. ba» alread j 
begun. 

AltlHHigh the rifle team baa not re- 
ceived uiticb »up|H»rt either from ibe 
student body or from the Athletic De- 
partment it is an old established activ- 
Ity which has in former years been very 
•neeassfal and has brought much fame 

,• Name. It has won the Indoor 
champion-hip four time* and has ear- 
ned off tbe cup for outdoor matches the 
largest number of times among ibefirst- 
,lass colleges, and it requires but one 

m..re tiiuropbsui year lo make this enp 

Aggie's property forever. 

CAMPUS NOTES 

Dr, Drachsler Coming. 
At a meeting of the Menorab Society 
Friday evening in tbe Entomology 
Building. Secretary Herman gave a 
leiiuiby talk oa the Intercollegiate 
Mem.rah Couveniion, which was held 
in New York city last week. Ht, Her- 
man, who was chosen delegate for tbe 
O.ii vent ion, brought back some inter- 
estina ideas which he presented in bis 
talk. Protestors Kuglander and Freebol, 
of the. Hebrew I'ulon tollege, will ad- 
dress the Society in the near future. 
The Sietiorah Buciaty has also procured 
the services of Dr. Drachsler, of Smith 
College, for talks on Ibe Bible. 

Loal* Herman ex-W, who is attend- 
ing Boston riilversify, la playing on 
the varsity basketball team there. 

The Commons flub announces the 
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Amherst, and of I*co J. Fitspairlck, *M, 
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'8$, The Prince ol Wales, on his ie- 
cent iis'n to toll country . decorated Dr. j 
,). U, (iolillliWUtlc >>f Boston illlll a; 
Smith College lecturer on hygiene wilh 

ilu- oniei' of Companion of St. Michael I 
iiiul si, George in recognition by Great 
Britain of bis work among the British 
■oldiara. Dr. GoJdtbwatte Is also the 

holdci "I Hie Distinguished Sen ice 

Medal. 

»U; - K.J. Merrill «>t Kansas < iiy, Mo., 
and vice-president of ihe Central or- 
chards. Do., Rare ■ rerj Interesting talk 
to the DaUveBi Masonic flub on fruil 
growing in the Middle West. The con- 
cern with which Mr. Merrill is allilialed 
in this >car employing ovet WW men 
and skipping oVUI W <ai loads of Iruit — 

mosl ly apples. 

'13. Ralph K. Qaaklllof Ensea < utility 
Agricultural .School ami Kami Bureau 
is proving to be quite ■ laetoi toward 
ihe impruvement nl the herds aad erops 
uf his section. .lost recently he 
journeyed to Maine to obtain two eat. 
load m of qualitj cattle lor t be fanaan 
in the county, 

14.- Harold C. BJaek, who tor several 

I years baa booawifh the Moor's Nurs- 

eric- ot Monisville, Pa., has o p e ned up 

a business «»t bis own wilh heaihtuarler* 

ai Trenton, N. .1 . 

T.V- Ashlc\ i I, el>ue is now leach- 
ing agriculture a« 'he t.eiiuan Town- 
shin High >chool, MeClelltiudtoWit. 

1.",. Merlon C. Lane is scientific M- 

littant of t be Cereal and Forage Insect 

iBVeallgatloS which is being conducted 

by the liureau of Entomology af the 

I S 1) \ 

l«s Fred W, Harne* in now in San 
Kranci.co on board ihe 1 8. s. 
i I, unpliii with part of Ihe Heel. 

Ea '10, Philip C. Porter I* back in 
college again, taking the W week'* 
Short Course. 

"18 -An announcement has re cent ft 
been received of the arrival of a aea. 

K -ii Allied, to Mr. and Mr* llai.ibi 

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17. — Raymond Irving, 1* si lending 
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'17 MIm Katherine Fellow* Is in 
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Wllllsm C. Pauley, a former graduate 
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MASSACHUSETTS" AGKICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, January 14, 19i0. 



No. 13 



GEORGE H. RICHARDS 21 
SUCCUMBS TO POISON 

I v 1920 Man Dies After Short Ill- 
ness of Seven Days. Whole 
College will Miss Him. 

After an illness of se»eii days, death 
claimed tieorge H. Hicbards. of the 
dim of *21, si 5-80 o'clock, Tuesday 
morning, Jan. 18. He had been slightly 
ill fur a few days previous to bis goinc 
to the College Infirmary last Wednes- 
day . 

George Richards entered M. A. C, with 
the elass of 1»20, from the Central Rial 
ScImjoI of Springfield, in the fall of 1B18. 
He became prominent in athletics dur- 
ing his first year at this college. Up 
played class basketball and class base- 
hall for two years, was on the varsity 
bMketball squad a short while in bis 
Sophomore year and played on the in- 
field on last year's varsity baseball 
lean. In his Freshman year be wa» 
manager of tbe cless rifle team. Ik 
*as alto advertising manager of the ltfSl 
fmftir 

His college course was interrupted l.v 
his war service. At the end of the fall 
term in 1917, be Inllsted as a cadet In 
the Balloon Service of tbe army, and was 
•eel to Omaha, Neb. After tbe armis- 
tice was signed he returned to eotlege 
in time to he enrolled with tbe clans ot 
MS, 

During tbis last year be baa tried for 
position* on tbe athletic teams but has 
been hsndlcapped by occasional light 
illnesses. During tbe Christmas vara- 
ti..n he bail a wUdom tooth extractett 
and from that time le tb« first day ot 
his evident Illness, bis physical enndi< 
lion waa on the decline, After a rest- 
less night be went to tbe Infirmary last 
Wednesday. His ease developed dan- 
gerons symptoms of septic poisoning, 
which rendered him BHcouseious. He 
was sent to bis pare n is" home In spring- 
lirld Saturday. From than until Tues- 
day morning when he died, be waa nn- 
maseloM moat of the lima. 

In all bis activity Ueorgt Richards 
won the confidence of his fellow* by bis 
tdneertty and hi* wit. Although be did 
net rank among tbe best scholars In his 
Class, hi* judgment and opinion* on 
Mutters were esteemed 

Tbe funeral services will be held 
Thursday or Friday at bis home Is 
•frinffltM, Memorial sa t I l eas will be 
o b s erv ed Snnday evening at (be I'lii 
Sigma Kappa fraternity house from 
WBloo-ao, 



PROPOSITION VI. WINS BY STUDENT VOLUNTEER CON 



PLURALITY OF 25 VOTES 

Faculty Vote, However, Gives Propo- 
sition I. Moat Favor. 

A vote on u\x propositions in regard 
to the ratiliiatioii of the Peace Treaty 
and the League ot rfatlOM wa* taken in 
chapel, Monday. Jan 12, which sbovad 
the leaning la favor of acceptance of 
the LcHuiif, This vote was the purpose 
of having a ncrics of talks on tbe ratitl- 
eation which has been given lor the 
la*l week. 

At efcapal Worthlej 'SO, voiced a pro. 
teat against the presentation of the 
■abjevat by those la ebsrga He made 

I point iii his discussion that only aft* 
side of the question, ibe arguments to! 
the League of Nations bad been est* 
plained. He hinted as his opinion 
that the Dean s office had not fairly 
presented ihe issue, He protested also 
that ibe vote would not be a representa- 
tive Mite because only one side of tbe 
question was known. 

Assistant Dean Patternon explained 
that no one could lie obtained to explain 
the 1» sale's einasi igal— I ,h# Insane 
and cunaequ e n tly thai *i«le could not be 
given. 

i »nttnn»«1 f»n n»*e S, 



VENTI0N INSTRUCTIVE 

Delegates Form Resolutions PerUin- 

Ing to College and National 

Aaaociation Activity. 



Oo wday. 1 908. to 8 pea k . 

The Department of Entomology is to 
have as a speaker to the classes Mr. 
'Hilton C. Qowdey *M, who baa bad 
miny interesting experience* as Knt«i- 
» •iogitt for tbe British Oovernraent 
•••British East Africa 



M. /t C LOSES FIRST GAME OF 
SEASON TO CONNECTICUT 

Visitor* Show Results of Early Train- 
ing by Winning, 88-10. 

The Connecticut Aggie quintet, pre- 
•anting a tight defence, coupled with 
good shooting, defeated Aggie M - 19 
la*l Wednesday evening In the Drill 
Hall, It waa the first game of the sea- 
«m for the Maroon and White team, 
while the Nutmeg State lads have play- 
ed three games previously This may 
account furtbelr superior all round Work 
t hat was enough better to •pell a mar 
gin of victory of nine well-earned point* 

Both teams were off to a sb»w at art 
and tb# gam* was rather loosely played 
during ibe first half, though for tbe 
irst few minutes the score was clime, 
with Connecticut increasing Its lead to- 
ward tbe end of the period. Tbe second 
half waa Mora Interesting, tbe vfeltnrs 
out scoring tbe borne team by a margin 
of hut one basket, 

Alexander dropped a neat one from 
long range after Bve minute* of play for 
the timi score, and Lock wood had shut 
two fouls before oraynon got M, A. C* 
first score, a long distance goal from the 
Boor. Loekwood and Alexander con- 
tinued the ■coring for ibe Bine and 
Whttt, thatorniareaalngive from the 
foul Hue and one from the Moor: and 
t he latter i wo from the floor and one on 
a free |ry. flraysou foHowad his Brat 
ringer with another almost immediately 
after, followed by a free try. Pond 
dropped one clean, from near the centre 



The Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege waa represented at the Student 
Volunteer Convention at l».s Koines, 
Iowa, by ten delegates, Including: <<;. 
Fielder, V. M. C A.Secretai>. Marion 
K. Karley, J. C. Maples, W. I. Goodwin, 
Vu.ia Cameron, C, Mcintosh, U. 8. 
Melleu. K. V. Waugh, It. B. KetUJ, and 
II. Krysiau, This conference, which 
was held «iom Dae, :il ba Jan. 4, was at 
tended by delegate* from practically 
every college In tbe United .•states and 
Canada. Approximately MBO panmse, 
of whom many were foreign student », 
met each day In the huge coliseum. 
The meeting* over which John H. Mmt 
presided were held every morning and 
evening. and were addressed by: llobcri 
K. Speea, Robert I*. Wilder, Mierwood 
Eddy. I»ean Charles |{. brown of Vale, 
Samuel Uigginbotbam, and mauy oiber 
men prominent In the missionary Held, 
^•ti<> i»"«ve ini^rcsiiug anci lanptling ••• 
counts of missionary work. They a!*o 
htoiigbl out v»ry forcefully the great 
nec.l t.,r work In tbe various foieign 
tields, aad eloquently pointed out the 
nre.l f.»r a more virile religious attitude 
on l he part of tbe *l udenl. 

Each afternoon wa* set aside for sim- 
ultaneous meeting* In the various local 
churches— where aiudeui* were ad- 
dressed on agricultural, Industrial, ed il- 
eal Ions! and other phases of the mis- 
sionary work, and where the missionary 
activities of tbe various wets were out- 
lined and discussed. 

An exhibit In the sudliorium gave 
graphically the extreme need for mis- 
sionary work in tbe different part* .it 
the world. Many pictures taken hi 
mbnuonarfaa were displayed and ail 
books on tbe subject were on exhibi- 
tion and for sale 

The program which was drawn up by 
delegates frem New York Uity and fa*. 
orably voted on by the delegation lead- 
ere waa aa follow* : 

Be It recommended: I. That wa 
unite in January in reporting this con- 
vent ion to tie colleges which we repre- 
sent, and to our communities, through 
the churches. 

II, That we unite In February and 
March In the study of the teachings©* 
jeans from the standpoint of their ap- 
plication to oonditiona at home aad 
abroad. 

III. That we unite in April, or be- 
fore. In ewiparat'wn with the Young 
Men's and Young Women's Christ an 
Aeaociatloii*, the Inier-church World 
Movement and the Student Volnnleer 
Movement In recruiting for Christian 
callings at hnme and abroad, 

IT, That we preae upon oar eotieges 
tha urgency trf watpua-wlda participa- 

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M A. C. QUINTET WINS FIRST 
VICTORY OF SEASON, 26-15 

Maroon and White Shows Much Im- 
provement in Its Play Against 
Rhode Island. 



AggU'a basketball touaeni broke Into 
tin- winning column i»> trouncing the 

Rhode Island State Five to the lu I 

86-15, last Saturday evening ou ibe Drill 
Hall Moot. It wa* ibe second game ol 

the season for the Maroon and \\ hit e. 

and a marked Improvement >*;>- notlcad 
overtbe style ol play exhibited la I ha 
Connecticut game ..t last Weduesdaj 

The game I l.ioiigboiil was cliaraeu i 

ized by looaa team work gad Individual 
efforts, Neither aldesbowed any adept 
ncss toward making polali Irons fret 
tries, as a total of 7 out of a powll»). 
will sloiw. At lime* uiid in ihe -econd 
halt especially . Hl""'l« Island exhibited 
rare Hashes uf form, but barformatk 
were soon broken up by lb* splendid 
<lclen-c <if aaa I 

The game at Ibe start w:«« - * 
neither side being able to gel with n 

ahootlag disiait.e ot iio boop. Il<« 

ever luanv np|mrt Ulllltcs tot »rt . 
presented themselves by the many fonl», 
from lM»ib technical and perso nal | 
allies that were InHicted. Tt»r Btw 
and White wa* ihe first to avail ilsrit «»i 
ibbj manner to make a *c«re, Ma 1 
bitting the basket twice in short oroei 
in the lirsl few minutes of play. Urny 
son scored first lor M. \ < on a let 
try shortly theresller. 

The two teams now scillcd down In 
real basketball, but e*,i h wile m1»e*l 
Mvcrai clone .hols at tbe rtng. I 
first floor g«*nl *rf ibe game was wade h% 
Dunn id Rhode Inland af tnr ataa a»r» 
urea of plsy. H was a pretty shot, made 
altera pass from underneath tbeba*> 
Pond duplicated tb# *b«.t f.r M \ • 
ibree minutes later when be hit the un 
perfectly after receiving a clever pa»« 
from tJrayaon, Graystw followed ln> 
Mediately with a spectacBlar sboi fr.»n 
ihn I* foot mark, making the score M» 
In all. 

The Maroon and White forged aheaii 
when Orayeon Mccaeded in droppiav 
In a free try which seemed to lake the 
heart out of the Kingston boys. Duf 
lag the remainder «f the half thaj 
ware unable to score a single point, dor 
in a great measure to the woodwrfal iU 
tensive game exhibited by flowdy, in 
the meantime, the combination of flrmy 
mm and Pond bad rolled up three »«•!» 
from the floor, and a few seconds prr 
coding the referee's whistle. Thompson 
placed a neat shot making the Mm 
count for the irst half; M \ I !», 
Kbode island t. 

The second half opened with an 
unusual display of form fay the ?h»i!orp 
They completely damied the M«r»w.t. 
and White comMnaiioti. When ifa* 
smoke bad cleared after some live mtm 
ules of play, the work of Dunn ano 
Malloy had netted the Rhode Island 



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team four goals bringing them within 
two points of Aggie's score. Here 
ended the Rhode Island drive, and but 
for a single goal by Holden In the mid- 
dle of the half, it was their last scoring. 
Grayson opened up the M. A. C. drive 
by placing a count shortly after Mal- 
ay's lasl one and henceforth there was 
little doubt aa to the outcome of the 
game. When the final gong sounded. 
Aggie had amassed a total of 26 points 
lo Hhode Island's 15. 

The game did not bring out any indi- 
vidual stars but the work of Thompson 
at center and Gowdy on the defence for 
M. A. C, and Dunn and Malloy forwards 
for Rhode Island deserves special 
mention. The summary: 

u A c< BHODK ISLAND. 

Pond, rf '*> Murphy 

Grayson.lf rg, Anlyonus 

Thompson, c * Hudson 

Stedmao, rg ». M* 1 ' ? 

Gowdy, lg rf • DUDD 

Store at end of first half-M. A. C 15, 
Rhode Island 6. Goals from floor - 
Pond 4. Grayson 4,TborupBon 8, Hudson 
3, Malloy 3, Dunn 2. Fouls— Grayson 4. 
Malloy 5. Substilution-For Rhode 
Island, Holden for Hudson, Hudson for 
Dunn, Malloy for Holden, Lucy for Mal- 
loy. Referee— Swaflield. Timer— Mc- 
riaughlln. Score— M. A. O. 26, Rhode 
Island State 15. 

HONOR SYSTEM TO BE GIVEN 

NEW TRIAL AT M. A. C. 



elected would have the advantage of 
working with the editor preceding him. 
Inputting the matter lo a vote, it was 
found to be the sentiment of the college 
to make the Index a college annual. 



CONNECTICUT GAME 

[Continued from pane 2.] 



Only 22% of the Freshman class ol 
the University of Vermont numbering 
320 men pledged fraternities during the 
past rushing season. 



of the floor just before the whistle, 
making the score 12 - 7 in favor of the 
Blue and White, 

Aggie started the second half with a 
rush, Lent and Pond narrowing Connec- 
ticut's lead by four points, before Alex- 
ander could get the range of the basket. 
Then Connecticut's defence tightened 
and Aggie had tt resort to long BhotB 
almost entirely from this on. Alexan- 
der doubled his count on the first half, 
getting four baskets from the floor al- 
most in succession at the middle of the 
period. 

The Bhootlng of Lockwood from the 
foul line, that of Alexander from the 
floor, and the defensive work of Lord 
featured for Connecticut. Gowdy played 
a stellar defensive game at left guard 
forM. A.C, 
The summary: 



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Assembly Vote Alao Changes Index 
from a Olaaa to a College Annual. 

The Student Forum at last Wednes- 
day'* assembly wii marked by a lively 
discussion on the keeping or dropping 
of the Honor System. Dewing 'SO. In 
behalf of Adelphla, Introduced the sub- 
ject lu a brief speech staling I hat Adel- 
phla was now In favor ol It, that with a 
new constilutloB^ad the backing of the 
Senior class, It could be pul through 
ancceMiully. The faeally feels that 
great progress haa been made aad that 
even lo the way the system now atanda. 
It is a great Improvement over the old 
*watcb-dog" system. When the discus- 
sion was thrown open to the student 
body, Caaclo 'SI spoke in favor of re- 
taining the system and stated that 
public eentlment sboald be In favor of 
U In accordance with the spirit of the 
college. The question whether the 
honor sysiem was a food thing in Itself 
or whether the way of handling it waa 
at faalt, waa rmtosd by Maplea *». 
Caaclo made the reply that If the sys- 
tem bad not been aa •oecessful as it 
might bare been, li waa due to lac* of 
Senior support. Boyce brought oat the 
point that it wu Impossible to prove a 
man guilty of cribbing aadtr the Honor 
System and that In all eaaea a man's 
honor reel* wtthblmeeli. farther argu- 
ment! In behalf of the eystem wasa 
brought forward by Lyoas and fraUIflk 

of the class of 10SO. 

A second leatareof the Forum was the 
dtacueeloa aa to whether the Iniet 
■boald be made Into a college annual 
or not. Crawford 'W pointed out the 
fact that ao doing wWlW not change 
I he subject ■atari*!, &■» would lighten 
the burden on the Jontor claw and 
would mean the Incorporating of the 
Competitive work In tit Sophomore 
claaa. and the ovetwmlng of the finan- 
cial deficit of the publication by the 
entire support of lb* atwleai body. It 
would alto remit io an increase of cir- 
culation. Maplea added also that It 
would law a WK alHBlwttoa of 
mistake* b#ea»ae each year tbs editor 



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BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR 

NEXT SPRING COMPLETE 

Sixteen Games, Eight in Amherst 

Arranged For. 
The baseball uehedule which includes 
sixteen games fur the seaaonof 1W20 baa 
bees approeed by the At kietle Board 
and released for puhlicalioii. Manager 
Itice Itas arranged t<>r seven games to 
| lt . played <>n Alumni Field tad a return 
• ante on I'ralt Kleld. so lhal half the 
ntl p laved will oeeur in Am bent. 





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AMHERST HOCKEY GAME 

POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY 

Flans Being Considered for that 
Date. Hard Week for Team. 

Owing to the poor condition of the 
lee cm both the M. A. C. and Amberat 
rinks it was thought advisable to post- 
pone the opening hockey game last 
Saturday. The game will propably be 
played next Tuesday. 

The next week, Stirling today, will be 
I be first and the hardest week fur the 
team. They play «t Springfield today. 
Tomorrow Tufti are their opponents, in 
Midi. od, Friday and .Saturday they 
play Ml T. and Boston College. These 
lour game* will) the possible addition, 
of Ameer*! next Tuesday will complete 
a pretty steady week of hockey for the 
team. 

roach Manaell feel* thai hi* squad ll 
(a pretty good shape, and 1* confident 
oi victor) hi all of these games. More 
i.-. la all thai 1* needed now. 

M. I. T. will undoubtedly prove to be 
the hardest combination i<» defeat. 
However, the Aggie team baa been 
wurkliig well together and with goud 
team work sbonid bring home a "clean 
..Ihc!'" to Amherst next Sunday. 

Although definite action haa not been 
taken, the following prellminsry lineup 
baa been given mil: McCarthy, rw; 

I ... v it t or Bedding, lw; Maioo'll. c; 
(ihIIp*, Collin* and Ik.wd, defense ; Del« 
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not b# accurately foretold. I.a*i 

"■anion's itbowlng was not M favorable 

M A t . as it is hoped the routing 

m will be. With a ancle us of mosi 

tH lust year's material consisting ol 

Captain I'ond, Hall, tarlelon. Crafts, 

Dewing, Jakemao and l.ucc of 111*0 and 

wveral more men in the lower cl asses ,* 

good team may be expected 

The complete schedule is a* follow*: 
Aprti «,— Colby at M. A. C 
U,ri«.-W. F, LM M. A < 
ApTll m,— Khodr Island at M. A. C. 
May l.-C. A, C. at Slorr* 
Mar 1-New ttampahire at Durham 
May 8. -Tnfla at Medford 
M»y 14— 0, of Y\ at Barllogfon 
May li— Mtddlebnry at Middi*bary 
^ay «,— Trinity at M. A. C. 
May SW.— Ant bent at M. A I 
May m,-C, A C. at M. A. 0. 
May »1 Npiingrleld Y. M. C, A. at 

Springfield 
i ., ttm ft _ c B |on a i Sch aect ady 

'.»— IHrtmouth at Hanover 
Jour 14- Amhenf al Anaberst 
««tae 19. - ir. of V. at M, A. C, 



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Aa frt»r»b»I»ing toi* was ca«i « 

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A meeting of men iatereaied la form, 
ing a r*lorlcBltnre club wa* held Thurs- 
day erenlng at French Hall. Owing to 
the early hour of meeting. 7-0B r, «., 
there were oaly 10 men preaeal. Cas- 
ein 'SI, was eleeled temporary chair- 
waa and took charge of ibe meeting. 
A plan to combine Ibe slab with tea 
landscape club waa dtaeamed ami 
lamed down. The following officers 
were then elected : Caaclo 2 1. president : 
Uotmea *W, rtee«prerident J Woodbury 
»W, seereiary and ireaaawr. I'mf. 
Thsyer read a letter from Prof. L. U. 
Parker, inviting three members of the 
club lo attend a meeting of varionaclub 
represeniaiivea Interested In forming a 
World Agricultural Soelefy, This meet- 
ing fat to be held at the Davenport on 
Jan. 16, Thayer, Ilolmea and Hunter 
ware appoint^ to attend ibbr meeting, 

Tbayerwaa appointed to irrange for 
Iba neat meeting, which will probably 
be beW on Alumni Day. A speaker 
and a act of afldea have bean engaged 
for two eornlug meetings, to be an« 
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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, Jfnuary 14, 1920. 



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Jamkb<'. Mapikh '20. Kriitor-ln-Thlef 
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President's Annual Report. 

The annual report of the trustees 
which the President made on January 
9th, strongly emphasizes the urgent 
need for an increase in the salaries if 
the college is to malntaiu the present 
standard of its staff of instructors. The 
report stresses the need for an in- 
creased building program to keep pace 
with the rapidly growing enrollment 
and it also points out the difficulties 
which have been encountered in chang- 
ing over to a strictly state Institution. 
The rapid growth of the two-year course 
is described and the report of the Direc- 
tor of Short Courses is given In fall. An 

ncrease iu the teaching staff is asked 
and new dormitories are advocated. 
The legislative budget includes a new 
Library Building and a new ChemiBtry 
Laboratory which we most earnestly 
bops will be granted. 

CAMPUS CALENDAR. 



■BtiwlMWH'nnd.HMt matter at ins »mh»itt 
post OfUfNi. Accented for mulling at*nee<*l 
rat* ,,f p"«*** provided for In section IMS. Alt 
«f ii,f»b#r. 191T inthflrtied Angnat ». mi, 

The Des Moines Convention. 
The delegates who have Just returned 
- udenl Volunteer Convention 
in telling of their Imnresalon* have 
failed tn emphasise several Important 
point* of real value which were gained 
from the trio. The Hplendld speech «if 
Dean Brown of Yale on the current in- 
ternational problems, and the Inspiring 
address ot Dr. Sherwood Eddy depict- 
the Enr«|wan attitude toward the 
1 niter! State* and the part Christianity 
rnn«t play in solving the great social 
problem* of the world were thoroughly 
appreciated. Alw. the delegate* could 
not have fsllel to be impressed wilb the 
earnest and entbusia«»lr attitude toward 
their work which the foreign mission, 
arles poMsas i and wit h < he urgent need 
for Christianity in India. Africa, China, 
and other countries which was so vivid- 
lv and forcefully presented. The eve- 
nina itven over to descriptions of V.n 
Christian religions and the detslled es* 
pla nations of why Christianity Is snper- 
w»» certainly most interesting, as 
WJ ,„ j,!*,, one of i he afternoon meetings 
M Agricultural Mission* wbleh ottr 
•leleratlon attended. 

There were several other ?alnable im- 
pr***h»»s gained from the Cwtventlon 
however. The fact that the churches 
are broadening their riewpninl wn* 
a* pressed by Dr. W. H. Foulkes who 
«Rid. ,, Men to<!»v ears more how the 
church can save the world than how it 
ran p»v« Its own sifUl." That etno. 
ml Nl(|kM #■•■ not appeal to the 
pfSSSWf M«fieT*tlon was quite evident; 
and that the need im for a more ptacti. 
.-al and wide spread CkrWnnHy, 

■There wn* »«bi* ii!««!i«factinTt e«« 
|,re*«e«! that ih» Convention was not 
f.ni. "icnl »« had been ex peeled, and dis- 
appointment over the feet that mere 
pafMitknl #* per le wees were not related, 
and f hut the attitude of the church and 
.i,.. in i^totmrif* toward the imJntlun of 
, 4 , ni .tfW problem* wm not given. The 
i »,f these iiptnions among 
,»,, , .'m and dl»cu««hin of the w- 
i, ( j« tpeerbe* proved to t«e one of the 
a re»'*si haneflts of the ConveaWon, 
however. 

*fh» meeting of lbs delegation lead* 
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m. -Assembly, Col. R. I. Kees, 
H ashington, D. C. 

M. -Hockey. M. A.C. rs.Spring- 
lield. 

m— Animal Husbandry meet- 
ing, Stock bridge Hail. 

Tin khi»a\ . .Ian. 15. 

m. -Hockey, M. A. C. vs.Tults, 
at Medford, 

m Interclass basketball 
tames, Drill Hall, im) vs. 
vs. 1W8. 1W21 vs. 19«. 

Kwihay, Jam, 1h. 
. m— Chapel 
u,- Hockey, M. A. C. vs. M. I. 
T.. a» Cambridge. 

RtHs team match, M. A, C. 
»», Tufts. 
m.— Pilgrim yuan el. Social 
(nion series. 

SATVftDAY, JAK. 17. 

B,— Hockey, U. A. C vs. Bos- 
ton College, at Boston. 
«.- Basket ball. M. A. C. vs. 
W. 1». I., at Worcester. 

Basketball, M A. 0, 1923 
vs. Northampton H. i., •* 
\mberat. 

Basketball, M. A. C.Ijffi., 
v», W. I*. I. 2da.at Worcwrtef. 

>i *tjat, JAir. W. 
m.— Chapel, Rev. J 

Pierce of Dorcbsater 

MojtnAV, Sam, i». 

M.— Chapsl. 

Ttt»D*T, /a*. ». 
M.— Senate Meeling.OldChapei. 
M.— Pomology Club meeting. 

WKTtXKKUAT JAB, «i. 

M.— AsaemWr. toe. 9mmiut\ 

IligiiinlHiitom 
M.=Bas*elball, M. A B, vs. 

Amherst. Drill Hall. 



Even Chances for M. A. 0. Quintet 

Against One of the Fastest 

Teams in New England. 

The varsity basketball team will 
travel to Worcester on Saturday, lining 
up against W. P. I. in their third game 
of the season. From present indica- 
tions they will have to travel at top 
speed to pin a defeat on the Tech five. 

Worcester has in Stoiightou, Campbell 
and White, three veterans from last 
year's team, considered one of the fast- 
est college teams in New England. 
Playing their first game on January 10, 
Tech defeated Brown by the decisive 
score of 29-13. Stoughlon, a veteran of 
three years, works well with Campbell 
and the two form apairoffasl forwards. 
The latter Bcored 16 points against the 
Providence University. White, from 
last year's quintet, and Archibald play 
the guard positions, with Berry, a fast 
man at centre. The Brown game cau- 
not serve a criterion of the Worcester 
boy's ability since they were not forced 
to extend themselves to win, but they 
certainly look lik a fast outfit. 

Capt. Grayson'Bliveis coming fast and 
seems to be hitting the stride of the 
teams of two and three years back. The 
probable return of A. W. Smith this 
week, permitting Grayson's shift to his 
old guard position, will undoubtedly 
strengthen the team, for they bad been 
practicing in this formation prior to 
the Connecticut game, and the necessi- 
tated change effected the team work to 
some extent. Thompson has been play- 
ing a good game at center of l*le and 
will probably get into Saturday's game 
along with Stedman, whose defensive 
play has been first cl»*a In his ehances 
in the first two ga*es. Certain It Is 
that the team has improved greatly 
since the first game and has at least an 
even chance of victory over their rivals. 




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The Roister Ifciistcr l>ramaiic AsstHjia. 
lion held a banquet and bn«4»eas meet- 
ing M Draper Hall. Thursday, Jan.*. 
The meeting wm well attended and 
winy points of Interest wan discussed, 
Ii was ihe opinion of the assoclatim! 
that the brouie medal tor oon-«t alettes 
should he abolished and that a small 
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JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES 

WIN IN FIRST GAMES 



GOD FEELS THE PAIN OF 

OUR TRANSGRESSIONS 



Lack of Team Work Cause of Defeat 
For '20 and '23. 

M. A. C. interclass basketball started 
in the Drill Hall last Thursday evening. 
January 8, the Sopb omoT eS and Juniors 
winning interesting games fimn the 
.Seniors and Freshmen, respectively. 

Tue Senior-Sophomore game was 
.lose throughout, and 1922 led at the 
linish by only four poinis, the tlual 
score being 22-18. The Sophomores 
tthowed dashes of excellent team work, 
which, coupled with Wetsch's accurate 
shooting, counted for a large share •>! 
the winners* points. Hooper ami Kraakei 
»Im> sh»t well, while Clark blocked 
several Senior passes, and played » good 
game at guard. 

flot the Seniors, Uithrop sunk * \ lift- 
men, and Bache! der three tl«M>t bsaksls. 
Sullivan at center, also played ■roll 
The score at half time was ltt-12. wilb 
1022 leading, and although i In* Seniors 
evened matters soon after the start ol 
ihe second period, they were unable to 
keep up the pace, and fell behind foi 
the remainder of the contest, 

The Junior-Kreshinan game was also 
close and well-played, all hough the 
Juolors never had any real difficulty in 
keeping the lead, and weie ahead at 
lUetiuisb, tO-lS. K. Readio played ■ 
fas' game at left forward, ami In addi- 
thin to bagging three fl«»or baskets, Im 
also assisted poasldttabl) in the de- 
fence work. Whittle was also a uonsts 
tent scorer, Sargent and Marsh man 
were the bright spots in the yearlings* 
ime'up, and accounted for all of the 
taseri* points. The score al half lime 
was 12-0 In ihe Junior's favor. 

The speed developed In those two 
games promises a hotly-contested Inter- 
class series ibis year, an. I the team* 
*eem io be so evenly matched that all 
the future games should be close and 

nt cresting. 

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funiest, io heron on the same priml- 
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Pictures, poems, articles, and jokes are 
invited as entries in this contest, from 
undergTad nates of all colleges. 

All material accepted will be pub- 
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V t.li contribution puliltshed will bmn 
ihe Bime, elasa, and eollege of the con- 
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sins niftter. And be paid for. 

The best Bhrtnrewlns » silver enp, 

Io does the bes4 l»*l conlrihitliori 
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Bishop Hughes Gives Unusual Iuter- 
pretateon to Text. 

The speaker at Chapel last Sundsj 
morning was Bishop K<lwin 11. Hughes 
of Boston, Bishop Hughes brought 
with himaslrong appeal to Ihe liner 
Instinct of young manhood, choosing as 
his text a passage from the 4Xtl chapter 
ol Isaiah "I. even 1, am he who Idol 
leth out thy transgressions for mine 
own sake. 1 * He eatled attention In the 
tact that in this passage God Is shown 
to as in a new light. The Ureal Be 
.leeiiier i-. represented as impelled willi 
anew motive, thai ot askiug forgive- 
ness .it men's sins lor his own sake 

(Joil displayed u anxieiy <»n his own 
sitle for the welfare of mankind Instead 
,.i anxiety lot the salvation of ihe trans 
f Feasor, as is usually represented In the 
Script ure. 

The varying sensations i»i pafn and 
pleasures reach their highest perfection 
in the higher organic strut tures. 

As we advance in the org All It' king- 
dom lit man we Mud these element* ol 
pain ami pleasure even more clearly 
marked, and if we recall the words ol 
the text and their significant mean ing 
we cannot help but wonder faow <■>»! 
feels when one of us has strayed from 
him. Is He hoi capable «•! a manifold 
degree of anxiety . being so far above 
i he dumb beast ami mankind * 

In ihe Old Testament we found God 
regarded In ihe iiuht ol a close friend- 
ship with man. With the coming of 
fjhffst the world became agrcnt hearth- 
• tone with titsj the Kaiber, In the re- 
la tlonsb tp Itetweeu fHther ami son wc 
nnd out closest bond, K»en the stern 
est man feel s d e e p ly for a son, and the 
|«Ho. of ft ana i» ihe greatest grief that a 
fsiher ha* to bear. 

Masefield, one of the greatest poets of 
this t ra. who rme from the dregs of ihe 
Bowery to one of Ihe ranking poeis ol 
the day, has expressed ih* thought of 
the text in one of hl« recent poems He 
pictures himself In the person of Mattl 
(nine, the winner of a brutal primefight, 
He draw* s picture of the low drinking 
bout that follows the victory, In the 
ruidst of this scene of drunken rewttry 
a little Quaker woman appears in het 
demure gsrh. The Insult ilicsonihe 
lips of Cain* and the woman speaks 
snd tells of the grief thai their actions 
bring to ihe heart of Christ. "We are 
Inclined to lay too ■ueh stress upon 
the pafn endured by the Prodigal Son," 
said Bishop 11 u the., Uid no! Hie father 
suffer even more than «ii«l the «i>ii I 

Ass closing thought let as reallw 
bow easy «t is to come to college and 
lierome Heijliiipnt in «»ur alt ii ude toward 
(„td. How easy it is to allow the low 
and filthy vice of profanity to creep Into 
i»ur lives! How many tinies a day we 
take the name of Bad In a light way. 
The common oath "For God's «nke" 
falls lightly ffion our b|.« |,ei us try 
to remember the » d it all, 

ll In for tJod's sake httl H"i n a light 
vein. Has not (•••d said, i, set a I. am 

he who blotlcili out thv lr.i!»*i;i<'s«ions 
for mine own sake ■*" 



WITH THE CLUBS 

Ag. Ec. Club Formed. 
A new club has been started on ihe 
cninpns— the Aggie Kf. Club. The 
committee detailed for formulating 
plans for ihe club met Tuesday night 
ant) elected the following officers: toes- 
idciit, Mel ii ii nis '20: vice oiesi. lent, ft. 
liiown ''^o: ami secretary and treasurer, 
Kimball '21. The meetings are to be 
held ihe second ami fourth Tuesdays ol 
each college month, beginning neal 
Tuesday night when a speaker will he 

present. 

The elllb will liol lie for m.ijot s(U- 
dents alone, but any one Interested in 
.turn -till in-iil economics ll invited toai- 
icnd. One of Ihe motives ol this club 
is Ihe employment service [ol I ho Senior 
major students, 

Menorah Society. 

M ■ meeting of the Memtrah Sunday, 
Jan. n.iwo siuily circles weie organ- 
i/ed one for the study of .lewUli bis- 
soi\ , ami ihe other lor the siiuh -.1 
Zionism. These eircles will meet even 
second week. Un Wedm *da\ , Jan. 1. 
Babbl I'rittre ..f (he Bet Ii Kl Temple of 

Springfield will address the society. 



FRESHMEN START HOCKEY 
PRACTISE, - OUTLOOK FAIR 
Practice lor tat freshman Hockey 

Team KiiN begun early in Ihe week, but 
owing lo i In- lack of ct|tii|imcnt has not 
progressed very rapidly, Now, however, 
the team has procured from the Athlet- 
ic Department, enough sticks to go 
around, and the men ate rounding into 
shape fur the Freshman • Sophomore 
game, which is to be played later in the 
season, 

I he following among the candidates 
for the team have been showing good 
form ; 

Gordon, Wbiilaker, Tarplln, Smith, 
«;. I',, Baker, I'icard, Friend, Hudson, 
Mudgett. 



I'D at Midtilchury the student body 
baa voted a tax upon themselves to 
purchase miniature gold footballs for 
their team in appreciation of the lat- 
icr's recent victory over the Unlver- 
-iiy of Vermoat. 



'I*.— Frederick ScbenklberBer was re- 
cently married to Mile. Helen Uegar of 
Cbatspagns-aar-llelne Frtace. 



Horticultural Manufactures vs. Cider. 

The Pomology ©ah started the N*ew 
Year with a very enthusiastic meeting 
last Tuesday evening in French Hall, 
Fifty-live were present to hear Profess or 
i heiiowenh ledum on f roll products* 
As Prof, Cbenowert his the leading man 
in l his Une In the •otiniry, he gave a 
very comprehensive talk on the pa»i % 
present and future of honiculiursl* 
manufacturing from (be farmers point 
of view, lie compared tins business 
w>ih others ufa similar nalnre and ex- 
plained the fundamental print- 1 plea 
upon which ihe industry is founded. 

.\ discussion followed hi* talk snd 

later he pas*ctl otll » ■ *»-r> appeil*. 

lug sample* of apple butter and apple 
jei'y. All wim were prescni were con- 
vinced that witw really good products 
could be made on the man u fact u ring 

basis, 

• Cider «r Manufactured Producr*" 
will be the topic lor a debate si the 
next meeHng. Woodward, Harring-fun, 
Burton, and Stowe will endeavor to find 
out whitb la the more economical way 
to use I heir • nil apples. 

The meiiing will l»e in French Hall. 
Boom K. at T-10 on Tuesday, Jan. W. 

l*,~ Krnle Kilter «»■ on the I'ampns 
last ffhfay. He has a gmtd pin.il Ion al 
[be Faleon Fliabf Farm, I,tiehf1eld, 
ConnecllciH. 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 14, 



1920. 



DR. ROBERT J. McFALL JOINS 
AGRIC. ECON. DEPARTMENT 



To Take J. D. Willard's Place on Ex- 
tension Service Staif. 

The Extension Division of the Eco- 
nomics Department has been greatly 
Htrentsthened by the addition of Dr. 
Robert J. McFall, who takes the posi- 
tion left vacant by Mr. Willnr.l. Be 
will assume bis duties Jan. 15, and bis 
work will he confined to this slate. 

Dr. Mi-Full is a graduate of Geneva 
College, Hever Kails, Penn. He look 
up graduate work at (ilasgow Univers- 
Hj . Scotland, and also at Columbia Uu- 
versity. At Columbia be received the 
degree of Pb. D. lu 1915 he was a 
member of the Economics Department 
of tbe University ol Minnesota. Ills 
special Held tbere w« transportation 
and commerce. In 1«17 he was ap- 
pointed chief of the Internal Trade Dl- 
vlsiou of tbe Bureau of Statistics of tbe 
Dominion of Canada. From May IMS 
until the office was abandoned. Dr. Mc- 
Kall served as Cost ol Living Commis- 
.iotur of Canada. He ba# published a 
tulutueon Itailway Monopoly and Kate 
Kegulaiioii, in addition to wri'ing arti- 
cles on Food Hegulalion and Supplies 
tor msgaslnes and newspapers both in 
the I'nited States and Canada. Dr. 
McKall has spent some lime in Europe, 
where he has had the opportunity to 
become familiar with problems of agri- 
cultural economics on the continent. 



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PHOTO-PLAY 



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Are shown. 

Program changed daily except Monday 

and Tuesday. 

HifcH'K I'. MCI. MONT. Manager. 



S. S. HYDE 

IS Pleasant Street 



PROPOSITION VI. WINS 

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Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Broken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

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A motion wis made and carried that 
the aittdenl bodj proceed with the vote 
m previously »rran B ed. The pn.r-«i* 
dun* and the vote of tl» fmeuUf and 
ntudenis are aa followa; 

l*T 0f **Mm L-I »iW I** ralitiea- 
lioa of ihe 1-eaane and Treaty without 
amendment! or reservations, 

,'Mi)unf<Cm> f.-l an opposed to ibe 
ratificaiioti of ihe Inn and Treaty 
la any for*. 

I'ropoMiHon «.- 1 an !■ law of the 
ratification «f the Treaty and >». 
Leafue, hot only with the specific reser- 
vati«ni MTtHed by the majority «f the 
Henate. 

Propwrftlcm 4,-4 favor any eompn* 
mise under resemMioiHi which will 
make possible the Immediate raUflea- 
.ion «f the Treaty and the Uairue, 

PrapoHiHnn §.— I fa*or thr govern* 
•nam's pmreeilinu t«» make peace with 
iiermany at once and leatint the unee- 
lion of a Lea«ae of Nsliotrs to be willed 
afterward*. 

Prajiomtlm *,— I faror a compromise 
of the reservation* »f wmtA a character 
a* will avoid the danger of defraiiiiK 
ratification while still making clear 
that America can only be involved la 
war by a declaration of f'ongreea, that 
domestic questions and the Mwaroe 
Doctrine are entirely oolsldethe jurU- 
diet ion of tbe !*agne, that plural Wtai 
of any memkt are all dmquaHfkid in 
ihe event of a dispute wherein w» art 
diMjoalitied from voting, and ihat on 
deciding to withdraw we are lo be the 
judge of whether our obligation* have 
been »et 

The latest report from the Dean ■ 

..flic* «* to the itaiiding of the role no 

the Peace Treat v ia aa follow*: 

pacmltf. *t 

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We esrry * full line of 

Students' Appliances 

RUMERY & FAY, Electricians 



We an- now represc nk*d at 
M . A. C by the College Store. 
Our sales slips are good for 2 
per cent on any purchase that 
you make there. 

This means a winy; for you 
and extra iuiMiu- -s for us. 

Still plenty ot thaw; Leather 
and Sheivskin Coais. Don'l 
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THE HOME 

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SFRINGFIHI.D 

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Drop in for a meal or over 
night. 



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every liehL" 

Tney Have been the ^^^J^L 

Uunevei. 

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lend to «» tttireirwewMbetfaataieaa 
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ROISTER DOISTER MAN- 
AGERS WANTED NOW 

Sophomore Competition Now on. 

Freshmen Competition Starts 

With Prom Show. 

Inasmuch as there is only one com- 
petitor out lruiu tbe Sophomore class 

ini the assistant Business Managership 
,,t the Bolster Dointer*«i, it has Ueen 
lieemed ailvisalile hy t he L'eneral man- 
.iter that a new call he issued (of more 
men from 1922. Thuse Intending to 
it.ine out sheulil re|mrt to Bonrdinan 
1920 Immediately as tin competition 
will only l«Ht until after the Prom 
shuw. 

Vnotlier call is also issued t,i 1'iesh- 
men competitors who tiase not yet re- 
ported. The competition to! freshmen 
however, does not start until alter t lie 
Prom Show*. The rules tor the compe- 
tition read as follows: 

1. Competition for Manager shall 
start forKreshmen after i he annual from 
(Show. 

2. At a meeting after the Prom 
Show the following year one of the can- 
didates will he elected to mi \e as As- 
sistant Manager in ill Junior year, 

il. The Junioi AsMsian 1 Manager will 
automatically become General Manager 
at the same time. 



& Wilcox, Landscape Architects, 1801 
Kresge building, Detroit, Michigan. 

'16. — Ernest S. Bussell ot Iladley was 
recently elected overseer of the llamp- 
> hi rec County llranch of the State 
tjrange. 



INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES 



At Trit 
to apf 

the "e 
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y il has heen found neces- 

niiii a student committee to keep 

iiilideuual news'' of the college 



Russell, Bnrdsall & Ward Bolt & Nut Co. 

PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK 



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CAMPUS NOTES 

\ new club made Its appeaience on 
the eampns among the two year men 
jtml the unclassified men in the name 
of the "Colony Club." and •» far has 
twepty members. 

Two More Pledges. 

Only two Freshmen pledged fraterni- 
ties on the second pinging day, la»l 
!Vedne»day, January 7 'lii.>se men 
were C A, Towiie of Auburmiale, 
<J, T, V.. and J. If. Uiirbeck of IVa- 
ImwIv, Sigma Phi Hpsilon. 

Carlson Company's Projects. 

The Ernes! I, Carlson Compan> 
wlmh l« to noiisiruci the Memorial 
Hllildlng; has hanclleil many r< 
..instruction Jobs la Western Ma«»act)u- 
seiiii; niilably, an Kxlilltition Hnlldlng 
for i he Commonwealth, on tbe Exhlbb 
• Ion grounds, West §pf 1 ngfield ; 1 school 
tor the city of I'ltislield ; a lal»iratoty 
tiiiilding for the Sprtngtiehl Aimon ; 
two iheaires recently l.uiH iiiS|iriiig- 
lield, and an orhee building f«»r the 
WeMi ii K house Kleriric Coinpan> Spring- 
field. 



ALUMNI NEWS 

Alumni Day. 

Among the alumni who have accepted 
the invitation «t President Itutierriebl 
tosjxak at the U, A. C. Dinner on Fri- 
day January W are Mr llerl»ert Myrick 
--• and Mr. Myron Hay.en |u. Mr, 
Myriek of the Fhelp* Publishing Com- 
pany of Hp ring field has always heen ae- 
in his interest in M \,< and is 
jir#»idHni of the Comieeficul Valley 
\liimui { luh. Mr. Haxen is president 
of the Coe-Mortimer Company of New 
Viok city and always has a ttie*s.ige of 
Interest to the students ami alumni. 

"u*.— George 11. Chapman, who in 
working for a New York engineering 
foiTipany on one of the largest tobacco 
plantations it) Porto BU o.nfiyi thai sum- 
mer temperatures are prevalent on the 
ind at the prawui time. Dr. Cbap- 
niaii's addres* Is Cayey. Porto Rieo. 

14— Arthur Lundgreo ba» been back 
on the campus for iwowe*ks of iBlen- 
iiv« teacher's training. 

*!•.-». U, Zehrung is with Phillips 



of I he papers. 

The University ol Chicago litis de- 
cided to play an eastern college eleven 
n \t fall in addition to tliegairieHon 
its regular conference schedule, ami in 
December requested a game with Wil- 
liams. Unfortunately no satisfactory 
,lati- could he found, ami in addition 
there was not time tor the required 
net ion by the trustees; hut evidently 
our neighboring institution in the llerk- 
siiircs ranks well up i" Western Confer- 
ence football circles. 

At Williams ihe plan of requiring the 
stnioiiim of l-'reshmi'ii pledgee to fra- 
ternHlea to be above a certain grade 
bebue Initiation has been suggested in 
order to help prevent new and promis- 
ing ineii becoming Ineligible coincident 
with Ihe ru-dinm season. This (dan 
would, il is believed, not only bench! 
tbe Maternity, but tend also to mis* 
the general scholastic sverage of the 
Collet 

Acting Governor W. II. Uuuyon ol 
Sew jersey is quoted as follows con- 
cerning a college training: "There is a 

mighty strolls; call for eolleue trained 
men In public life today, and America 
nerds such men who arc willing in give 
of their talent for tin- be: til incut of 
mankind I am not strongly In favor 
of specialising in college unless Ihe 
■indent lias a pronounced bent for some 
vo.a'b.n, in which MM the sooner he 
ggtg to work on it ihe lit-t tei off be is, 
The building of n« strong ami broad a 
foundation as possible, llpoll which to 
a ia i i siiucture of knowledge, is 
She w se*t plan in most eases, College 
meii should help to Spread Hie iioApel ol 
hard work, for nai success can conic 
only lu this way, and in \mcrieu today 
there is n big place f..i the man ..I edu- 
cation and culture who can apply this 
rule, and give of his talents fur the 
the betterment of bis fellow citUcns." 

The KrcshmHii class at Williams Is 
probably Ihe lirsl group of c.iieue stu- 
dent* to lake a psychology lest. This 
same lest U beinggiven to a uum!w«r of 
Freshman classes u1 New Kn gland col- 
ic ues a* an eiperimeul in educational 
Met hods . 

|a New York state, professors and 
iimirnciors of pi nut vers! ties and eol* 
ieues have formed a union, aMllated 
with the American Fedf ratiiHi of I^bor. 
and nil known as the Associated Teacb- 
er's Cniioi Local No. 71. lierruiting tor 
lbs nrgnnfaalton is going on at Colnm- 
bia, Sew York University, t otttell Med- 
ical Sch .ol, Unoii It.. .1 Henil- 
nary ami Pratt Instiiute. The one 
strange feature li that in the const ltu< 
ti.oi of the lo. al strikes are ■peeiheally 
prohitdied, 

A boast for the Brown trip from the 
Dartmouth: "There are SI Sautbi ta 
college. It are 10^1,** 

From the Tufts Weekly, referring to 
\«Ki. -Springfield game: "The re- 
ust Saturday*! game doca show 
r, the uncanny way the Aggie 
line bns.it breaking ii pt he for ward pass- 
ing game. This f« Springfield's long 
suit, and it wee tJie defensive ability 
of ihe Farmer's Una thai hgki Sprittf- 
field from ecorias," 



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Come down to Holyoke and see our 
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AMHERST BOOK STORE 

Note Books Fountain Pens 



iroiitlnueil from i»aetT 

tiuii in community aeretce, vs it ti tba 

purpose 0* realizing the Kingdom uf 
i .4m! on earth. 

V. Thai We US* our influence to 
unite tbe students of Canada, and the 
United Slates in furthering of Christian 

I Internationalism. 

VI. Thai we unite daring 1916 in a 
nation-wide effort to raise at least one 
million dollars from the college men 
and women of Worth America, for 
Christian work in foreign lands, the 
money to be expended through the reg- 
ularly established leligious and mis- 
sionary agencies. 



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COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let us serve you. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

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To Handle Cavalry Unit. 
Private Joseph Periault has eome to 
M. A. C. this week as a new drill asttls» 
lam. Private I'eriaolt whs a member 
of the 104 tb liegiment, with whieh he 
terved nine and one-hall RKMttbl in 
France. H« ha- -">»<' to M- A- <•■ >" 
assist in the work pi IBS cavalry detach- 

„„.„, „, tbi u. «» 1 < "•■ : '"' 1 »1il s,;,v 
1,,-te at least one year. 



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Quiet and Comfortable— Even- 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 

European Plan. 



EAT IORE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

All of our dairy product* are made 
from paaleurUed milk and cream. 

Salt and Sweet !•«». 
Cottage.Neufchatel.Olive. 

Pimento and Club CStecaa 

Id Cream . 

Send tor our price fat. 

Dairy Department 

MasaachuieUi Agricultural College 
Amherst, Mast. 



PROGRAM FOR ALUMNI DAY 
January, 23d-24th. 

Friday, January 23. 

During class hours- A I muni talks in 

depart mania 
0.00 ISO r N - a. C. Dinner— 
Draper Hall (Facutty, students, 
and Mumiil) 

iv M, Freshmen vs. Dcertleld 
Academy, Basketball t;nme- 
Drill Hall. 
Saturday, January 84tb. 
«-3ti \. a. Uuinni Hound Table. 
I : .0111 114. Stoekbridge Hall. 
iPreehlent, K. P. Iticbnrdson pre- 
sidmgi. 
•2-Wi p. u.-M. A. ft ts. Boston Oil. 

lege Hockey Game. Campus. 
»4X) e. *.— M.A.i . v. Tufti Basket- 
ball Uame, Drill Hall. 
f.-OO «-«» F*. M.— Ilnalfal CluU «.n- 
n. -Auditorium, Sioekbrldg* 
Hall 
800 e. si. -Fraternity banquets, 

CfM.n registration al the Alumni 
uithc N.«. i S»nt»h * Wtoge iFirst 
Kntry* tickets will he issued lu 
Alumni that will admit to the dinner 
in Drmer HjII. the Kresbwati Baa* 
ketball game, the Tufts Basketball 
iaw#, and the Musical Clubs concert, 



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Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, Jan uary 21, 1920. 



No. 14 



AMHERST SURPRISES 
AGGIE BY DEFEAT OF 3-1 

Solid Defense of Amherst Counted 
Against Long Shots. 

I ii a game marked by tottg sfcett l»y 
die Aggie, and a solid dafanao work 
Vuibenl, M. A. C. suffered the lirst 
ratatM in hockey uf this season :i-l. 
l>,.*,,iie the tiact that the ice was not lu 
,i„ t.e«t of shape, the game was faat. 
During the first half, except for two 
..iisuiis when Amherst bad a el. u 
geld, the puck stayed in Amherst lerrl- 
i„ry. (Mean stops by Delahunt prc- 
u*«l scoring by Ibe Amherst team. 
MH art by aaveral limes got the rabbet 
* it bin ahootlng distance, bul on a pass 
t«, a teammate, an Amherst slick s|M»iled 
ibe chance fur a score. The lirst half 
ended with a score of 0-0. 

Three minutes In the second half was 
mi Hit-lent for Amherst to get one score, 
riTB was enough to get two. From a 
iHiimwage Id the middle of the rink 
Dowel raced the pock toward the Am- 
hemi goal, passed ii to LearUt and one 
goal waa counted for Aggie. 

K ihifldson and Staaon, eoTerpolnt 
ami inard fc» Ambetnt, broke up sev- 
■ral plays. Despite the faat work ol 
I*aviu and MeCartby, hacked by Dowd 
»wl Ciiilins, Amberat caged the pnok a 
ibtrd till, J*at baton the flalah. The 
final score was S to 1 la tarn of Amberst. 
The line-up: 

AMMKRST. ••• *' '■ 

Metealf, lw" rw, McC'arthy 

clark.r e, Snow, Mantel 1 

Hnraatt. e r, I »■•» -I 

s Hatidiwn.iw lw,I*avett 

K Uavidao«,ep t ( ., f'rafia 

i»In»er,p p,Cu1Hoa 

i.g g f Delahnnl 

Am ben. t i, M. A.C.I. Ref- 

•Begg. Tt^wa— Marsh, Hick*. 



FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND 
FRIENDS PAY LAST TRIBUTE 

Gather at Phi Sigma Kappa House in 

Memorial Service for the Late 

George H. Richards. 



TEAM BRINGS HOME 
LATE FROM BOSTON 



Seldom, if ever, have any Aggie stu- 
.1.MUS been privileged to attend a more 

Inpiataiva sMftos than that of last 
Sunday events* ai the PMStgaia Kappa 

limine in memory Of the late tieorge 
II. Hi. hards «.f ihe clasn of 1W21. TIiIh 
group, gathered together l«i pay their 
rexpects to the memory of George Uich- 

wdaaatba] kaaw Um on the campus, 

on the athletic field, in the ela**room 
and in fraternity and w»eial bfe, in- 
eladad maaibeni ol tba laaatlf , ■SaSaata 

and friends. 

The service began with a fiolln solo. 
Following the reading of the aorlptnre 
l, % |>,an U%iH, President Bntterfleld 
gave a brit-f eulogy. 

"The first feeling that eoMM to us all 
at a time like t hi*." he said, "U a waae 
of pemonal l«sa, and the fact that 
George Klchards belonged to a fraternity 
in imlicative of how keenly bis loss will 
he felt by !Hg*s w'th whew he waa moat 
closely associated." 

Presldeui Uultertield meniloiied fur- 
ther the sense of waste of life always 
aasociaied with the death of one so 
young and al a stage of collage life 
•baa the plana, aspirations, and Ideals 
,,[ i in or.- year* are taking a definite 
shape, He spoke of the nncertalntles 
of our lives and how we come lu ad- 
mire those who meet death fearlessly, 
and In dual ii g read a short poem en- 
titled "The .Stirrup f up." being a eta. 
Son of the gallant of old drinking of the 
mpof death with a fearlens Mafia. 

ttoaaMC. I>ouglaa,on behalf of the 
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, thanked 
the sindenl body and friends for their 
eapreaatoaa of sympathy daring the 
fraternity's recent low. and iJsan Lewia 
offered prayer. The memorial service 
utumd wllh the niuglng of "AWde With 
Me." 



Schedule Imerrapted by CanrH I a i ion 

ofTwoGtmes. B-CDefeit- 

ea by One Point, M. 

With the defeat of Boston College at 
i.iT»rsHy Heights leaf aalarday after* 
won, lb» varsity hockey team ended a 
vary satisfactory three days* trip, and 
-hed the firsi week of the *ea»on 
with a record of three games won and 
mmm km\. The Maroon and White. 
m or less an out 111 of unknown 
■trength baton the trip, proved their 
mettle in the greater Boston district, 
.■til their sneews of the past week 
iMi'inti to a good season, given aurhtteol 
kai ami the unstinted support of the en- 

i> ■ttidenl body, 

starting on Wednesday Ihe team 
journeyed to Springfield, where they 
tCw Waa s d ea pavslj 



FRESHMAM PLAY MW- 

HELD FRIDAY WOT 



▼Wtora Witt Glee *t*«t ^"W ■•■ 
Sard Work. 

The first scheduled Freshman Basket- 
ball game »rf the season will be played 
IB Ibe N. A. 0.0*111 Hall, wllh tleer- 
1 field Academy, at »-»l p » Friday, 
Jan, 2;l. dtreetty after the Alumni IHh- 
ner at Dwpet Hall. The l»eerfield 
qitiniet ba« exhibited ttt usual strength 
and baa won all the games that if has 
played ibis season. The yearliogs are 
i empcetinsr idenly of .»p|K«Ition. Hnrlng 
Uhe paat few weeks. however, ihe Fresh- 
Imen have l»een working woacleelloaaly 
1 and wlib Captain Turoey at center, 8ar- 
gent and Alger or Alesander as forwards, 
and with firnt»>n and Hale ..r I^iiour 
aa guards, it fa expected thai the visit- 
ing team will be forced to ihe Hmll to 
wt« thfaj eBoouBfer, 



AMHERST TO BRING TEAM 

OF FAST VETERANS 

Old Rivals will Make Strong Bid tor 
Victory Tonight in Drill Hall. 

M. A. C. will clash with Its oldest 
rival, Amherst, on the Drill Hall sur- 
face this evening. This will be Aggie's 
fourth game. The team la out to get 
revenge for the contest last winter, 
when Amherst won by one lone tally. 
The Amherst aggregation has played 
l,m .me game, that with Springfield 
last Saturday, and was handed a 59-40 
defeat. In spite of the apparent differ- 
ence in scores, the game waa very faat, 
and the winners were obliged to play 
at top speed throughout. The Amherst 
team is composed almost entirely of vet- 
erans, and baa developed faat paaawork 
M d an admirable five-man defence. 
Kennedy and Fames, In Ibe forward 
position*, are »n»th good men, and scored 
IK and 14 polnla, respectively. In the 
Springfield game. The latter waa the 
afar of the inlerclaes serlea, which la 
held at Amherst before the varsity sea- 
son starts. Horganeeamstobe the beat 
bet al center, while Card and Palmer 
hold down the datenalva bertha. May- 
nerd, one of the Snbrina'e beat athletes, 
plays both at confer and at guard. 

Although Aggie baa been defeated la 
two games fhla aaaeoO, the team aeems 
t., he ttimlng more and more into good 
form, and should give Ambernt a eel- 
hack Wednesday, ttowdy, al left back, 
who has been keeping his opposing for- 
ward's tailiea dotm to an almost minus 
quantity, can be depended on lo prevent 
Kennedy from doing much damage. 
Stedman and I,eni are also Improving 
their defence game. Center, tba peat- 
U«a which the bam of «. T, »mllb mo- 
dered alarmingly weak, la aow tilled by 
either Kroeck or Thompson. The f»»r- 
ner waa aaed for the ftrat flaw In the 
Worcester game. 

The learns pens work baa Bever been 
lacking. Both Pond and Grayaon have 
abet well In the laat two gaaaea. 

This Wednesday's contest baa all the 
fBdfcatmn« for being oue of the liveliest 
„f the year, and there Is every reaaon to 
Uriah that Amberaiatay ha sent home 
with a defeat. 



ALUMNI DAY LOOMS 

BIG FOR AGGIE MEN 

Sports, Concerts, Banquets, and Get- 
togethers in General will 
be Lively. 



CLUBS FLAY ffl BOLY0&E 

CITY HALL FRIDAY 



Special Car leaving Hotfokw At aVa. 
Bigirt WtB Wrtm *«" Dawsew, 

?€e*l Friday evening, Jan. is, al *-00, 
the combined musical clubs will give 
their annual paweefl ai the City HaH, 
Holvoke, Mass. About 40 men are ea- 
peci'ed to make this trip. » list of wbou, 
will be poeted laler. Since iWr W 
«,"cert in Aihersl, the clnba hiwfc^ 
in training by their weekly ntaaaMi, 
and they are now ready to ^ waha Ike 
| Holyoke trip as ■aecesefnl as ike pro- 
! tIous Irips of the season, ,„,,__ 

There will be a speeial j> tornggi 
Holyoke for Ambent at l*^^ l »«" 
wishing to atay ■«•* taa mmmtl. 



On Friday amlSHlnrday of this week 
the college is going to open wide its 
doors and ahow everything, faculty, stu- 
dents, classes, athletics, nou-alhlellc 
activities and a good time to an unus- 
ually large number of alumni who are 
expected to be present for tbe Seventh 
Annual Alumni Oay. 

A I tract ions.' Yes, if they are needed, 
lloHton College waa beaten In hockey 
last week 6-4 In a 17 minutes overtime 
period. Saturday afternoon they are 
to be played on our own Pond Kink, 
Then, too, there. Is Tufts again in has- 
k ei ball audTufta Is Tufts. 

There la an M. A, C. dinner "M. A. 
C." because faculty, alumni and stu- 
dents are all invited. Herbert Myrlck 
'fa, of the Phelps Publishing Company 
of Springfield aud publisher of tbe 
JVew afayfaad Homestead, Myron Uaaen 
TO prealdent of tbe Coe-Slortlmer Fer- 
tiliser Company of New York City, Kr- 
f4»rd W. I'oole *9S, architect and engi- 
neer of N>w lledford and Sumner A, 
Dole *l&,asalatant county agent of Berk- 
shire county and ceoteroa tbe well re- 
membered IMS leam are to be the 

speakers. 

These men are all Interested and loyal 
alumni of the college and tbetr talks 
will be of internet to everyone. After 
tbe dinner comes a Frwbman-tJeerileld 
basketball game and at Aggie a Fresh- 
man game means a great daal. Freah 
men are not eligible for varsity alh- 
lettes until the third term. That helps 
for truly representBlive.noB-profeaabjaal 
varsity taaawt, but Freshman teams are 
possible aed clean, fast contests nra 
staged with Mtgbboriag preparatory 
schools that train future varally bm- 
torlal. The FToahmau opponent In thbi 
contest, tleerneld Academy, baa a repn- 
tatioBaeaaBappyighliBg aggregation 
that la always w«lcom« on Aggie's toor 
and a clean game can be counted oa. 

The Musical Clubs concert and the 
fraternity banqnela »r» not the least 
interesting eventa on the program 

Some owe baa said "There are friends 
and there are college friends.*" Alumni 
Day in act aside as an opportunity to 
meet those college friends again, 



Motice to Alumni. 
tl U important that alumni reglater 
at the Alumni Oflee, So. 1, tenth Col- 
lege, Ural entry as soon as possible after 
arrival at Amherst. Hera llcketa will 
be leaned for the personal nee of Alumni 
that Will admit to the various events on 
tbe Alnmut Day program. Here al*.. 
Alumni will ind many things of laier- 
eat lo the Alumni organraatloB and mm 
lean the Intent facta e oncern lBg the 
progress of the Memorial Bnlldlng pro- 
i gram and other alumni enterprise.* 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, WcdEttdsy, Janufciy 21, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 21 , 1920. 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobbers of Wrought Iron and limns Pipe, 
ValM-s iind Fittings for Steam, Water and 
Has, AsbfstoH and Magnesia Boiler and I'ipe 
« overlnga. ripe Tut tuBketch. Mill SunnlieB 
Knglneers and t •ontraetorn for Steam and 
Hot Water Heating. Automatic Sprinkler 
Systems. Boiler and Engine Connections. 

Holyoke, Mass. 



KalABl. !■■■!> 1 «»'J 

Stei'ukn Lank Folgkk. slne.i 

ISO BHOAUWAY. NEW YOWK 

CL.U11 AND COLLEGE 
PINS AND KINGS * 

OHIJI, NII.VHH Attn BRONM msi>»w 

Aggie Stationery 

with Class Numerals 
1920 TO 1923 



The Initiation banquets of the differ* 

imh fraternities will be held Saturday 

night, .Ian. 24. at I he fallowing places; 
Q. T. V., </■ T. V. House, Amherst 

A Ipba Oam ma Kh<>, 

Hotel Warren, South pci-rlicld 
Alpha Sigma I'hi. Draper Mall, Amherst 
Kappa ( • ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■' i l'hi. 

Hotel Noiiolnek, Holyoke 

Lambda Cbl Alpha, 

Draper Hall, Am beret 

Kappa Sigma, Hotel (foaotuek, Holyoke 

Phi .Sigma Kappa. 

The Davenport, Amherst 

Sigma I'hi Kpsilon, 

Plymouth (an, Northampton 
ThetaCh', Kahar's inn, Northampton 



a Midden death period. Alter seven 
more minutes, from a scrimmage in 
flout ol the Boston College yoal,. Mc- 
Carthy took a short pass and shot the 
puck by McCloskcy lor the winning 
score. 

The lineup: 

M. A. C, 

Del.ihillil, ix 
Dowd, p 
( 'oil ins, cp 
McCarthy, rw 
Mansell, c 
I.envilt, lw 



HOCKEY 

[4 ontiimcd from | si ire I] 



A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer and Stationer 
Amherst - - - *•*»' 



BOSTON I'oI.I.KOK, 

g.Met'loskev, OTlrien 

p, V. Monisey 

cp, L. Morrlsey 

lw, ciiiiiity, Corrigan 

e, Hughes 

rw, He* ley 

Score— M. A.C.S, it. 0. i- GoaJe— 
McCarthy 2, l.eavitt 2 Mansell. (iarrity- 
Bughea, Healey, F. Morrleay. Bafarea 

— Carl tOD, Time— two SO minute per- 
iods, two 5 minute overtime periods, 

and a 7 minute sudden death period. 



"WOOD FIRE NO. 3" 

Dr. and Mrs. Chamherlain entertaind 
the members of tiie Graduate Club at i 

sj ial meeting held ON Wednesd.. 

evening, Jan. 14. Dr. Chamheila , 
read two chapters of "Wood Fire No. :i 
by F. llopkinson Smith, after which I); 
Howard Doughty of Amherst Collem 
nave an I a teres ting talk on "The Valm 
of Research,'' using us au exampi. 
the development of the American Ob 
nervation balloon. 
The next meeting of the club will l>< 

held in Clark Hall, Id A, on Thut 

day evening, Jan. 23, at 7-30. _ Dr. It. 1 
Looinisol Amhersl College, will Hive a 
Illustrated talk OB his recent expe.l 
tion to the 1'lattc Kiver. All otlicer> • 
tlie College and regular students are it 
vited to attend. 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

Expert Repair Work Done 



Shok Shine Stano 



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Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberduhery 
of best makes 

DYEIN6. ALTERIN6, CLEANING, PRESSING 

LABROVITZ 

Tailor and fonts' Fyrnishings 

MiUs' Studio 

Post office Stock 
Amherst, M 



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"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

We have a mi p ply «»f frc«h 

Carnations, Rosas, Vioiets 

Also I ' o 1 1 1- d Plants 
GROWN OK TI1K C A MFCS 

FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT 



lined Up agatnsl Hie Y college outfit 

that alt. in. .oh, and gained a 8-6 victory 
in this, i heir first amiie of the season. 
Theallroiind playing of HM Maroon and 

White was lirst class, and the offensive 
power and team work of ihe forward 

hue r I. especially in the second 

halt, when live of the eta (allies were 

registered. 

The cancellation of the encounter 
with Tufts, srhe.luled tsf Thursday, 
gave the team a layoff M,i.T.-«an- 
.ellatioiiot their till with Cadi Man- 
sell's charges, which was due to Ihe 
death of Prwfdeni MmLaurin of Tech- 
nology, ni-ei'wdtated the snhxiltntinn of 
lloston liiiversnv ior the Cambridge 
team. This cancellation spoiled wind 
promised In have been a fast name, for 
the two teams have played several close 
,, l; ,[,hes in past years. Coach Handed 
B I - had b.'«.n able lo give his ; 
but one practice mia l OB previous to the 
Aggie mix. and I hough they played a 
haul game they w» r*> outclassed by the 
„p-„tate out lit, ihe liua! fWt« baft* 
Jt> 2. 
By far ihe best game of ihe nip. and 

the most kernly appreciated vlctorv ,.| 
all rhree, was thai over Boston College 
on Saturday eflenmiin. The team* 
ware evenly iiialHted and il look :,1 
minute ol aetaal play, 17 ■!■«■■ of 
..vrttimc. l.elorc McCarthy slipped the 

winning (ally pant n'Brlen. This game 
wan a balile royal Irora ularl to ilnisb. 
W iih Boston College displaying a real 
comeback In the seeond period that 
made he ev.ieiii»ioii of lime neeeaaary. 

The Maroon and ihdd sexiei proved 
t„ l*e a bard pfopoe-.lkin. so the game 
in hotly contented from rtart lo finish. 
In sidie of the mow and lee, whl«-b 
made pood teamwork tnxnoMlbie, the 
affair was fasl and funou- all tbe way, 
Uarrily made it tag seowfor BtMtoa 
College in four minute* from lbs start, 
and tea seconds later Utrf'arttay baimed 
„iH. Into the ea K e, lying Uteicore, Jusi 
after the mi«bl«c of the period I.eavnt 
. ,1 ; , *eeond tally for the Maroon 
snd \\ h. u, only I" have Hngbes im- 
mediately make the ieoff twoall. Two 
mi no tee later the speedy Aggie l«ft 
w1h» duplicated bia pfeceding sbni.and 
jii*t before ihe half ended Dowd added 
another tally faf M. A, C, making the 
woir ML 

i oaeb ^sivey's pnek sbaotew were 
not to lw denied, and Hughes, Healey, 
and Cape Morrisey twice worked ihe 
nbbef by ihe Annie defence, and im« 
thecal* ImtricI . I .i.i the begin* 

ning of tbe seet i ••' "•«» ,|M * 

wore ioiir-fil! no fart her scoring waa 
done and a five minute period wa» 
surced iijHin. The pink iran-led the 
lenBili «« f 'be fink, from otic houI to the 
,,iher, willn.tit a score. After playing 
a second Bw ■riaata ovartlsaw oeriod, 

Captains » raft- and MorrUcv atirecd In 



TUFTS OUTSHOT BY 

M. A. C. RIFLE TEAM 

Score 482 to 467. Aggie off Form. 
The If, A. c. ritle leant started Ike 

season Thursday. Jan. 2«, with » win 
over iheTults anu'rctialion. Both the 
score ol the lirsl live and the total score 
»»f tbe ten men shooting wereuicatci 
than llnme made by Tufts. The final 
score was, for the lirst live men, Aggie 
4M2; Tufts 4»'.7: ft r the ten men. Aggie 
SSs; Tut is HMO. 

Ihe M. A. c, team has been rounding 
into shape and the lust match fives en- 
ooaragemeul tor a successful season. 
Manager I*ambert hasartaOged malches 
with ItoStOtl KCVolVel and lUlle Club, 
.l.i.i. M; Harvard Uitle t lab, Keb. 14; 
M. I. T. Kille ( lub. Kcb. a3. Tbe« 
malches are to be preliminaries before 
the regular Intercolle giat e matches. 
u, a. « . I" *"*« 

Tillsou »< »»w ffl 

I bu g eson H Joy «» 

hoWaaea MB Beiis.oi M 

Main m H • '»»'* W 

Ssulord W \okerson 00 



T^OWN HALL 

Nmwlmov* in 

Out of the Fog" 



Thursday 



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Friday 



Total* 4*2 



407 



Saturday 



Monday 






Paths Newt Mutt and Jeff 
To»icioftheD»y 

Ethel Clmyton In 

"The Mystery Girl," 

from t.i" Ban Mel Btefceou** 

iiiiVfl."«;neii t"aiie>." 

Plctonr.ph Vsd-s-vil 

•.'reel Mat K Senn«tt 

Wm Mm a m JTwM la 

"The Dub M 

l^«t ei.."Th« Carter Cms" 
Path* Nswi Lloyd Corned \ 

Ohmm, Rmv Oorlm Lmm 

"HAY FOOT STRAW FOOT 

Paths levlew 

Jir*»dCo»*a> 



M. T. l.askill ex'aa In m»w al the 
Blisiiiesi. m-biHil of tbe Bosum I ni- 
verslty. 



MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 

RUQS AND CARPETS 
— K. D. 1AMH WTATK - 



F»aice's Shoe Store 

(Between the Banks) 

SPECIAL ENGLISH CORDOVAN BOOTS 



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tvtry ttbacco — uwe* b«ter in t W D C 

illy seawned and careful ly printed 

Add* to thii the iupeTCTaftsman- 

i workeri. and you'll not wonder that we 

Hnence m the qttitfty of our fri^ Aik any 



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CAMPION'S GREAT SALE! 

20 Fur Coats $13.75, $15.75 &€gul*r PHct $20.00 and $25.00 

A few Overcoats, Regular Prices wee fe.no, $.,o.o<>. Sale Prices $19.50, $24.50 

AT CAMPION'S COLLEGE STORE 



IRYT RELAY STARTS 

THIS TUESDAY 

Schedule and Rules for Races. 
Clie uitcrfi iiteriiity ivl;i\ rsce sehed* 

lias hccii coiiipiled and the rules 

,1 ruing 1 tie contests have been pre- 

lilt.!. The rnlfag whieb prohibits 



•»l with four men promptly ut the time 

specified. Any team failing to da so 

will forfeit I he nice. 
4. Tost poned races aiusl be run on 

the next date ol scheduled races on 
which mil her team has a scheduled 
ra.c Postponed races will follow 
scheduled races, the Srsl al S-16, and 

■ ithcis at •"> "2(1, o-'i'i, etc. In . asi- ol both 



. ear 



»n II. .m wesrlag spikes is new ,,..,,„„ xv l^leg to post poue it race. notice 



must be glean in Howard '21 »r And 






27 Kiippaliamma l'hi vs.Th.-ta "^ ,gj |1((1 h . ss ,),.,„ g4 hours bef ol 

,,..,. ., , tbesebedaled time of ihe race. Fra- 

SIuhih l'hi I'i'siloii vm, l.um- , , . 

da i hi Alpha teruities must band their managers 

Alpha Sigms l'hi vs. Alpha ■*■»• '" Boward 21 before Jss. ». 

Uaaama Rao. ">. jfosalkadaboaa tobtwentonflBfi 

2!». - Kappa Sigma vs. Alpha the rare. 

tiainmit Itlio. — — ^m^^^^^o^""-^ 

»,i.t.v,v« nil sikuoi Kappa. "TO MAKE THE FARM PAY" 

hainhdH (hi Alpha vs. \i |§ IRELAND'S BIG PROBLEM 

pim Signs l'hi. 

:i. l'hi blgma Kappa vs Kappa p ro f eggor Barker of Oxford Outlines 
(•annua I'll 1 . 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's Office $1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

Deuel's Drug Store 



i 



The! it (hi vs. Nigina l'hi 

Kpslloll. 

(J, T. V. vh. Kappa Mgtus 



Agricultural Problems. 
Profesaol Krne-t Barker of Oxford Uni- 
versity, England, gave an eatertalulng 
in. Kappa Slgms vs. Alpha Hig- kwture aa "Fanalai i» trelaad,*' at 

»a l'hi. | H «| Wednc^dasX sssenibly. Hi- spoke 

<,», r v. vs. i.ainhiiii (hi ,,f ihe tail thai UahMid's farming had 

Mf'ta i,,,. n un. h-i the laadhjrd syateai alososl 

I'hi. sigma Kappa re. llpbi 

(iitiuiiia liho. 



ILET ARTICLES 

Shaving Stichs and Creams Razors and Raior Blades 

VICTOR RECORDS 
Kodaks and Supplies Fountain Pons 



niiniv aatll the latter part >'i ike 19th 
eaatury, n-.w. boweeer, »aaj of ike 



et'iiiuiv. ■»■•«, ,.,.».»..., ........ 

13 l'hi Sigma Kapp. i vh Ibela .-..i,,,, ih.-ir own 

,,, . farming e ass are oenmii mcir own 



(hi. 



Kappa Higma vs. Ka| 



pa 



fat in-. 



Ml larmliig land* sire in col 



(•lilums I'll I. paiaiucly -mall plot* There are two 

(/ T. V. *». slums l*faf Ep- 1 millions ol aatvs la held* ol Sfteea 
•.lion arreeor leas, aad live million acraalD 

I". Kappa (iiniDii l'hi v*. n^ids of tblrt j aeTes or less. 

Tbera are three distinct pr oblems tbm 
the farmer has to face. These «ru the 
c eononil c q n e si ton , the sorlal naeatton, 
ami the iiuc*tion trf dlvaratoa, ih»- 
lirxl uninlUm how to make the farm 
Ipay-U pfuhahlj ike nomi impurtanl. 



LbiiiImIs Chi Alpha. 
Tbels Chi vs. Alpha (inmnia 
llho. 

Sigma l'hi Kpallon vs. Alpha 

sigmii I'hi. 

Itt. - Kappa Sigma vs.Kigtna Phi 
Kpslbta. 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photograpl 

NORTHAMPTON 



t^. T. V. vs. Alphs Sigma 

m 

l'hi .Sigma Kappa v. I.aml.- 
ds (hi Alpha' 
M IM.i Sigma Kappa vs.Mgma 
l'hi Rpslb>n. 
Kappa Sigma vs-l oimda fhl 
Alpha. 



The use of farm Mi tf hi am nf 

the gleate^t sMs <■• ■*•' ' «"'iing 

The development ol m e art aol chihih 
nn-ation is another sir Idtgaftl Hall 
adv.H-aleii exten-ivc eulllfSjIhsa ol larae 
aream.f afann t live i bot t s a nd acres, bg 
I be oseol farm »aehlae*3 eotlrelf, 



* *^ i( * # t j if um nl i iiiiit»r« in i iiif kpv 

ij. T. V. vs. Kappa »amm» Omaniaaiwa 
^,, h l I to sl itftssf al farming ami faraael 

m Kappa (iamma 1'bl v.. AI •. -aii/ina M more and more. I l.e a» 
phasigms HhU tttode thai owPW'tl* M »!«•*« the 



whole lomniiiiiity ami ihat his it*' 
the ,-oMiMoi Is iMm *»"f« 

i I il..,}, l.illiit'lK If? fit* * Mlih ! 



Thela (hi vs. Ulnla Gki 

\lpha, 
Slsma l*bi KpallMD vs. Al« 
pka tJantnia llho. 

li *i. Kanna ftlams ** Tbeis '"hi. »«, «» ... _ i, »., 

Q,'l.\ v- \lpli i i.-imma , , 

Kho. fonnded li W 

I'h. HlHma K«rT» " Wpka betahlpof 



BECKMANS 
Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MOEANDI - PBOCTOR COMPANY 
Mamiu.urcrs institution Cooking Apparatus 

mm WASHINGTON »T. 

Batchelder k Snyder Co. 

PACKERS AND POUL1HV llRESSPWS 

WHCH.WAI ►. «iMA 

Beef, Mutton, l-amb. Veal, Pnrk. Haaaa, »at-«»n, 
sages, Po«ltr>, Unme, Hotter, Cheese. 
Rffts. «»»*« OMs, 



Migma l'hi " Thf i"«W !'««' hl « "» ' "' » 1m » '»*' """ , '" 

4-Ka m ,atianin,al«hiv». Alpha tb, ' ....... i^.-.d ». 

fiainma Kho. providing of i srs of life where farm 

I'hiBi^ma Kappa «, Kappa gn . ,n mm* togatbet for f-H-i»i 

Sigma, ir) g» \ j dan like t hi* a »»*»bl offset the 

i}, T. V,v*. Tbetaf hi. j,,,,,.,,,^^ B mi w.Iitu«le of tfw 

'» Kappa liinni Phi vs. .Sigma farw 

, ' ,,i ^i- i, »«. 'ih,,,,,,,.!..., ..i fliers ■• i.un> 

II,, m Mil vs, Alpha Sigma , , , , , ., I(f ,. 

;«rs . i*K in*,, 

. „.«* ... • method 

IamIkIb rhl Alpha vs. Al- mm l ... 

Phaliamma Kho. org«t»i*a'fo,, ami cooperation t mere 

of amtisemt eoaW be provided 
^4 ihe dun Bess of ti.. lafwei - life 




HIarkslone. Sorth and North » entir Hirepl*. 
BOSTON, .... J1ASS, 



A. W. HIGGINS, South Deerf ield, Mass. 

D^te ■ P«l»»i and Fert^w Matttw! 



i 



i In prevailing rale* governing re« 



relieved. 



i, ,'« will he ohHerved, 

\.iv man n..t on ihe varsity tefaf Alpha silfina I'hi t"* l »l agnci.-,t 



mil listng a memtteror pledge of 
lj i- eligible lo mn on i lo 
ting that fraternity. 



y with 

^rookfol Mi llol 

nto. mn«t report to Howard poke and Mr*. 1'arker ol Sniilh College 



:,,,,.,. last >: l' 
nitples atteoi 



Carpen-ter St Morehoust, 
PRIfHTEnSi 

ft n ,, Cnnk PliC«, AB*«rft, Mass 



The MaMachusettB Collegian, Wednesday, Japuary^l920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 21, 1920. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEfilAN 



I TUFTS WILL MAKE HARD 

FIGHT FOR BIG GAME 



published every Tuesday evening 
by the Student* of the Mass 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOARD OF EDITORS. 
JambsC. Maples ■**. Editor-ln-Chlef 
John A. Cbawfobd '«>. Managing Kdltor 



Has Won Two and Lost One Game 
So Far. 



Abbociatk Editors. 

tiKoHUF. ft, W(MU»WAIU» "iO. 
<i|roH<iK W. EltMAK '21. 
Rohkhi 1.. Jonks '21 

LawmraR W. martis net 
KKNsrrn A. Barwabo "22 

II..BAKT W. 8FRIMG *2S 



BUSINESS Dbpartmknt. 
OEOROE ML CAMPBELL -28. Business SUnaeef 
liwiaoc A Smith '30. Adv«rtUtng Manager 
Hekbkkt I.. Okeb 11. rlreulatlon Manager 
Ivfiirn T. Pbewtok 11 



Subscription *2.00 per year. Single 
eopiea, 10 cent*. Make all order, paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In cue of ehange of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 



EntsredMS«<M»nd-eUat wetter at tee Asjharst 
Poat onirt ftlllltll f" SMUIins atsp*c<al 
rtte of !«*'»«• provided tor in section HOT. Art 
q OlIUJM. WTI snthoriawl Ao*iiSt». '«• 



Aggie's Great Loss. 
The news of Ibe suilden death of 
(ieorge Itiebard* Inst Tuesday wss a 

.1 k lo every one who knew lilm. 

end especially to bis many intimate 
friends who had not even heard of his 
Illness until word was received of his 
«ad departure. 

The losaof »o splendid a character Is 

keenly felt by the entire student IhmIj 

He bad a winning personality and his 

ij wit ami ever present humor made 

„ | delightful companion. The 

earnestness with which be attacked 

.v.rs problem, kit good judgment, his 

warm heart won him «b«- eonlidence 

and respect of all with whom became 

in contact, llr was a valuable man 

i, i.. the college and to the class. 

\\ rds cannot adequately eipress ..ur 

»..rrow. 



Hockey Teams Success. 
The three tfc -tone* which the hockey 
learn toi on its trip last week came as 
welcome news to all Aggie men. Such 
a reeord at th«- %ery beginning of the 
teasos ttertainiy augurs well fur t be re- 
maining games on the sekedule, and 
there is erery reason lo hetter* tkat the 
Imm will eoatlnue to be highly atw- 
eessfnl. The feautatioa waleb the 
team Is earsing for M. A. C. this winter 
reminds u of former days when the 
Maroon and White seven bad the dis- 
tinction of being w of the fastest sod 
best teams Is iBferrotlegiaie hockey. 
Aggie has always held an enviable posi- 
tion la this sport, and with Ike harking 
and renewed iateresi of the students 
this winter lbs s^uati should live 
up to Iks blgi sfaadard* of preced- 
ing teams. As practically ewy man 
wlH be **•* nest year, the eruepeeta 
are ewjeileot for sttsining an even 
higher standard another rw, and it is 
hoped a ■!»•« sebedale «*u h* «* 



Reports emanating from the "Hill" 
indicate that M. A. C. basketballere are 
to meet stiff opposition Saturday in 
their game with Tufts. However, ihe 
paper work sifts the dope down until it 
gives Aggie the shade over the wearers 
of the Brown aud Blue. 

Tufts has won two of her games and 
lost one. She defeated B. U. Law 
School. 88-83, R. I- State, 41-23, but was 
taken Into camp by the N. B. State ag- 
gregation, 35-25. Tufts has been most 
unfortunate this year in the loss of 
Eager by denth, and Captain Sampson 
by accident. B«»t h were speedy for- 
wards. These men have been replaced 
by Farren and Cohen. The former 
hooped nine baskets against R. I. State; 
the latter teams up with his brother, 
and the three toglfc l form a formida- 
ble trio. The streugtb of the ftrtil 
team lies in its adoptness In the pass- 
ing end of the mime, and in good shoot- 
ing. 

M. A. C.'s season has so far been 
slightly below par. but with more prac- 
tice and a few shifts in the line-up. »kkj 
will be remedied. Captain Crayson will, 
in all probability be shifted to guard, 
his old position, and Armstrong or 
Smith replace him at forward. Aggb-'» 
.i ic.gth has been in her defense- 
power but she bas been weak on the 
offense, especially in passing the ball. 
With Oiaf— ill his old position and 
with other changes noted. I snappy 
offense should develop. 



STEERINC COMMITTEE ELECTED 

A steering committee to investigate 
possible plans for commencement was 
elected by the senior class at a recent 
meeting. The committee includes Camp- 
bell, Home, Frellick, Maples, and Me- 
serve. It will report at a smoker to be 
held sometime next week. 

Hums was elected manager of the 
class basketball team. 



Unity Church 

WELCOME* 

The Men of M. A. O. 



Kappa Sigma fraternity announces 
the pledging of John McRea Wbittler 
'23 of Kverett on Wednesday, Jan. 14. 



SUNDAY SERVICES 



10-45 A. M. 



7-30 *». M. 



REV. H. 0. IVES, Pastor 
H. N. WORTHLEY, Soloist 



Til DC CYDCPTCnl Illustrated Lecture 

|U UL L A I L U I L U sand., Evmnlnp, Jmnumry 2Blh 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 



You possibly have wondered why 
dairymen who use 



C/edrrer j n </ C/e^nse/\ 



are so much more successful and pTO*- 

panotu «>«H" i'» ,,se wno do " ot - There 

|g nothing unusual about this when you 
consider the many advantages that are 
derived fn.m the use of this material. 

This cleaner thoroughly removes all 
..bje.tionable and lermentative matter 
from dairy and creamery apparatus, 
leaving it pure, sweet, sanitary and 
clean, which \* the condition most dc- 
■trad for the production of dairy pro- 1 
ducts of the hiahest ,,uality. If also 

prarM » be aa aaaaaaaj ••« considerable | 

importance, because ot the saving in 
,„„,.. labor and cleaning maletial BaCBfr 
nary to fully accomplish >o.,i .leaning 
needs. 



VB. 



NOTICE 

Tiers will he a Oaembdry Club meet ■ 
tng »b Wednesday evening, Jam, ft, at 
1-m p, M. The Social Com mi ilea has 
assigned article* whieh will be read sad 
dleeuased at this ateetiBg. 



Wkimksday, Jan. 21. 
-hi r. u. — Basketball. M. A. 
Amherst, Drill Hall. 

Tin ltHl>A^ . .b^ 22. 
«.|tl r. «. -lecture by Dr.IC.ll Seerley 

.stock bridge Hall. 

74Mt v. M.— Chemistry Club meetlug 

in Chemical Lab Informal. 

7JI0 I*. m.— inlerclaas basketball 

games. Drill Hall. H»22 vs. 

vs. 1020, 1023 vs. 2 yra.. 

Kkii>ai. J\s. 23. (An mm I' • ■< 

<Mg) v. n.-M. A. C. Dinner in 

Draper Hall 
K-ou r. a.— Musical Club* concert in 

HolyokcCity Hall 
A-Wi v. a.— FresbBtea vs. Ifeertleld 
Academy. Basketball Game 
Drill Hall. 
ftATtaDAr, Jam. t4. tALtaaiDAi) 
0-30 A, «.— Alurnal ^uod Table, In 
IUmiiii 114, Stoekbridge Hall. 
^S) r. a.— M, A. C. vs. Boston ( af> 
legs Hoekay Game. Campus. 
*4» p. a.-M.A.C, rs, Tufla Basket* 

ball Game, Drill Hall. 
64»— M0 p. «,— Masieal Club* ma- 

cm, •taekbrtdgs Hail. 
M-flO p. ».— rfataraHy bao^aeis. 

St siur, Jaii. 24. 
•-I0 a. «,— Chapel. Speaker; Dr. VY. 
K. Strong. 

Tctsuat, J ax. 17. 
6-10 p. «,— Aaterioaaisaiiwa Leetare, 

Dr. Bohner, Old Chapel. 
\\ n. w -i. \ \ Jaw. x* 
HO p. ».— AssawWj, 
140 P. H.— 4almal Hasbaadry 

lag, Stockbridgi Hall. 



|r,,li..n tn rlrrtr 




Order from >ont 
Mipply House... 

It Cleans Clean. 



In »venr pka 



I'hr J. B. Ford Co.. Sole Mnf rs., Wyaii- 
dotle, Mich. 



Make Sure of Your 

0g LAVAL 

Cream Separator 
Early in 19 20 



l heu'i no happter or brtter mmi of »urt- 
tnx the Ne» \ <i«i rluht thsii by msklna sure 
or a new l>e Unal. If jou sre either without 
« (ream seisiraior or are u»tn« sn Infetjor 
or half pminnnt msehiiie that sbonld b« 
raakwed. 

For three rears rmw. thon»snds of thosf 
w|„, aaased a l>« l^*»l hsre hsrt i» wslt 
w.,ks for It sBd mar hsve h»rt to boy » 
M-.onil-t{iRrl«» »*|i«r«tor. The demand has 
*liuply exceeded the ponlble supply, though 
more he IavbIi have been made «seh rear 
than ever before. 

More and belter l»e lAvabt will be made 
thin year than ever before— as many as avail 
uhle plant addlihma and skilled workmen 
can produce- bat the demand slves every 
Indication of beta* sves areaier still. 

order yonr 1># faval now. Make sure of 
getting It. Let ri save half 1U coat by 
stprlng. 

See the nearest He La* at local agent at 
.-. ..r write ibe nearest lie l^val of- 
ts-low for any Information desired. 



TIE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 

IS&Hraadway SI, Madison St. «l HealeSt 
|«ew fork ' til'Sgo Ban riancla.o 




q, T. V fraieraitjr fc»W a boas* dan* 
Saturday whieh was a wry enjoyable 
oecaaloL, Befaafeaa eouples wer» 
praswirt wltk Mr*. C. B, Hicks as cbaBtr. 
ott*. 



The origin of ibe nsme ,, wotaied" has 
always been a matter of some eoBtro- 
versy, kart the letter opinion is that It 
is deriTBd from Worsted, a village, once 
a brink centre of the friwleo industry 
about h s«*aM BfUaa northeast of Kor» 
wicb, Knitland. 

it was there, so they tall m t Ikat 
worsted yarns were first woven. 

Kngliab werste/ds are world known for 
their quality, 

That'a vrby we import them anil make 
I hem into Itogeis Peel stilts. 

T*« h^ of »v*rythtnii rnile#« ^S* «**'• 

Roanfti P««t CosfPAWT 



Broadway 
at lath 8t. 



Iway 
■t Warren 



"The 

KoBT 

' .filers" 

K1W VUKK I1TT 



Broadway 
at Mtb St. 

f1fib Are 

at 4lst st 




YOU'RE NOT IN SIBERIA 

IT'S an Amherst winter that's nicking your ears and steam- 
ing your breath. Bnt yonr haberdasher has mixed up the 
geography and brought Florida sunshine to the Connecticut 
Valley in the wearable, portable form of Sheep-lined Coats. 
Ask any man who wears one. 



I 




BATES REPLACES DARTMOUTH 
ON FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

First Two Games To Be Played At 

M. A. 0.— No Game Scheduled 

With Amherst. 

The football schedule which com- 
prises eight games for the season of 1920 
hat been arranged by Manager Fuller 
and General Manager of Athletics Hicks. 

I lie schedule is the same as tbat for 
last fall, except that Dartmouth has 

been replaced by Bates. 



AGGIE PLANS TO REPEAT 

HER VICTORY OVER B. C. 



AGGIE BOWS TO WORCESTER'S 
TRUE SHOOTING TEAM 



Newton Highlands Aggregation Com- : But M A Holds Opponents to a 
ing Here for Vengeance Saturday. 




Lobksxo Ftl.lKH 21 
Manager of Football. 

Four games will be played on Ik* 
t.ome ground! and the pilgrimages lo 
-irmatield and Medford will be made 
.t* iiMtial. The opening game will be 
played at M. A. C. with Ike Connecticut 
\gtfies. This will be followed by another 

ttos encounter with Bates. The latter 
«!iould prove a worthy rival as it was a 
• 'iti tender for the State Champion* hi pM 
Maine. Tk* Kew Hampshire Hlate con- 
will be played at home, and as the 
u falls on the same day aa tbat of 
tk* Memorial Building dedication, it 
will doubtlessly be Ih* big home game 
•f the season. 

Because of the early completion of 
the Aggie schedule, games with many 
iBwtitutloas had to lie turned down, in- 
tending West Point, Boston College, 
Uarimottib.BrowB, Detroit, and Micbi- 
caa Aggies, 

The prospects for a sueeessful team 
-!'•• fery good, aa seven letter men are 
iirulng and there are many consistent 
writers on the second and third teams 
;»mj candidates from this year's Freah. 
nan team from which material fur a 
toed eleven can be built . 
The schedule announced is as follows: 

S Conn. Aggies at M, A. C. 

" U Bates at M. AC 

" Id W. P. 1. at Worcester 

* SI Vermont at Burlington 

" N New Hampshire at M, A. C. 

»•*. « II. I. State at M. A. c, 
" IH Springfield V. M. C. A. at 8p*rM. 

" « Tufts at Medford 



Saturday afternoon Itoston Ct»llege 
will be lined up against Aggie on the 
ice for the second time this season. 
Last week at Boston the two teams 
played r>2 minutes before either team 
bc< ame victor in a "sudden death" 
period. 

The team will have an enthusiastic 
group of alumni watching the gaSM, 
wlu> have watched Aggie's record thus 
far this season with pride. The team, 
this year, lias showed np well In com- 
parison to former Aggie hockey teams. 

The Boston Coilcue team is composed 
of larger men than the home ii-juii is 
but M. \. C.'s better team play ami 

alertness has ollsct this factor. The 

playing el l.ca\itt at left winy against 
iliiiis Is worthy of note, The combina- 
tion ol llealv and tlarnty for B. C 
netted tbat team two ol its four score*. 
Vet Mausell, MrCaiihy, aud I^avitt 
worked throttghottl the gaasa Ilka ■ 

well oiled machine. It was only the 

Bae defensive work of lieChmkey that 
■MTeated Aggie* farther scoring, for 
the forwards and canter tried a asaaker 
of shot* iiom thcsldeatkal Hednakey 

Stopped. The goal work oi Delnhuu! 

was ;t iso «ood. Both Hagbea and Mor- 

r 

■ hould thej break from Ihe crowd they 

will surely show Amherst people M <-\ 

bibitioii of uo«m1 carrying down the ice. 
Nothing can be predicted aa who is 

likely to win .Saturday. Both teams 
have proved to be of nearly e«|ual 
strength, so that it will be a case uf 
who has the edge in the pinch. Our 
team, under Coach Mausell, has been 
working well together, while ihe lbm- 
lon team bas tbeedge in weight. In 
any event the game will be a eloae, 
scrappy contest tbat will promise a lot 
of goo,i hoefcej 



Score of 86-13. 



1922 INDEX COMPETITION 

NOW UNDER WAY 



Lasts until March 13. Twelve Edi- 
torial Positions Open. 



Worcester Polytechnic Institute d*-j 
lealed M. A. C. in basketball, on I lie 
Worcester stnlace, last Saturday, Jan. 
17, by a score of 27-13. 

Although the score would seem to 
indicate a rather decisive victory for W. 
1'. 1., the difference in basketball abil- 
ity was so little that the game was 
played at t<n> spaed from the tirst to 
the final whistle. The team work de- 
veloped t»J the Woiccstct (cam was 

generally admitted to he the beef devel- 
oped there lot several seasons. 

It was only in baskel-shooiinu that 
Aggie was Inferior. A great manv skatS 
from the Boot were attempted but 1 
missed, ami «>nly a very small pen-cm 
age of Ibe free tries afar* turned ini<» 
points. The pass wurk was excellent 
lot bot h teams. 

M. A. C. excelled in the defence.; 
Time tftei tim<' plays that would have . 
brought Uoi.citei tallies were broken 

tip b\ the clever Work of the A»UI<* 

guards. Worcester gained the lean in 
the llrt»t part of the tussle, and was 
never headed. 

Moiighlou and Berry were the main- 
stays of ihe Woroeatei aggregati**). 

'.? i i ...i I I'ond and Cravson played eSDectatl) 
v are fa*t men in an open Held, ami , . . 

well for M, A. C. Kwaekiraa used m 
center lor part ol the game, for the in- - 
time this year, ami played =« I ' "Hen- 
si ve game. 

( ouch Kmery tiraysoti ami his charges 
<lo not feel displeased at i he result , as 
■ lo strength of ihe Worcester leant on 
it- own lloor was well known.and.every- ' 
tiling considered. M. V < -bowed 
iHtlter baakel ball than at any prevtmiK 
time tbisseason. 

The lineup 



Compel it ion for the editorial section 
of Ike IU'2'2 Itflrx commenced Wednes- 
day .hit) . If, at 4 i'. m., ami will last 
until Friday, Match IS, at 5 t>. m. Tk* 
OOUI petit lOO hi being held under tk* 

geaeral direction ot ike n*'^i iwdaa 

Board, ami the ftdlowiug positions *M 

open : 

Literary ileparttnenl, 4. 

Btal 1st leal dcpartim-nt, 4. 

Art depalttuent, 4. (inelinlilig one pho- 

tographar). 

All desiring lo compete will hand 
their names. Immediately after the 
statt ol competition, to B K. .hickson. 

ciiiioi in thief, it is deal red that 

names be tinned in as soon as possible' 
in tinier I hat competition work may ••«• 
evenly divided. 

The coin |m»i it ion forthe business, aa 
pat i tio'iit baa already commenced, but 

more men are needed, so that their in.o 

be suiiiciciii material from which to 

build Up H successful ilepattmetit. 



SENIORS WIN GAME 

FROM JUNIORS 26 



16 



« P I 



LANGUAGE BRINGS OUT 
THE MANS CAR 



CORRECTION 

\ miRtake has been made In the Baae- 

iii ■chedule printed in last week's 

i t i.i \\ The game with IlhiKle 

« I will be played at Kingston, B. I., 

"ot at M, A. C. 



Prof. Bohner Of Springfield Crt tictaes 
The Present Text-book System 
Of Teaching. 
Tuesday evening, Jan, IS, the second 
el the serlesof lectures ofi A mericaalsa- 
tion which Is being given under the dl- 
rectlon of the Y. U. C. A, was held in 
the Social Union room at 6-10 P. U, 
Mr, Bohner, Secretary of the Associated 
Industries of Massasfjustlls. spoke on 
the "Miracle of language", and showed 
how a knowledge of Kngltsh was neees- 
•ary for the man working in ibe factory 
Who hoped to get further in the Woibi 
than his own machine. The man who 
can understand Knglish cun talk With 
bis fellow workers und learn In.m them 
as well as r»a«l up on the subject and 
make himself capable of g«dng on tu a 
better position. It is necessary for the 
efficiency and safety of ihe whole fac- 
tory. 

Ue then went on la the teaching at 
the men by ibeefejeeUvi m t tkafl , Bet* 

he ntdnled out ihat tk* men arc given 
teat books made for the industry In 
which they are engaged and in thin way 
learn the word* which are used in that 
industry, 



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Wbelplcy.rf 

Slough ton. II 

Berry i 
White, ib 
Archibald, lb 

Totals, 



Oowdy,lb 

Med man. rb 

Leal, rb 
Kroeck.c 
Thorn pstiri, c 
Grayson, if 
Fond, it 



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Two Year Men Show Lack Of Shoot- 
ing Ability. 

Two good class games were played 
last Thursday evening, Jan. 1".. tu the 
Drill Hall. 1W») defeated llttl with a 
se.te ot 41-Ui, and 1W2 beat Ihe two 
year learn 1U 10, 

c rowe and LeikfOp »U urn I tor llr/o 
Crowe shot a total ot live bit* 1 its. aud 
liOthrop was very accurate un the free 
tries from fouls. Two sensational bask- 
ets made by f'asrlo'SII were features ot 
the game. Whittle *S1 anil tJKrtkl ti 
played well, not only on the defemt 
but al«o the offensive where their fast 
t.Mitwork was very noticeable 

The Hupbomore-two year game wa« 
close and was marked by close blocking 
by both leams which kept the score* 
from becoming tery large. Weniseh 
and Stevens played well for the Sopho- 
more*, each making two baskets. The 
iwo^year men were weak when II 
to shooting baskets. Allen and f)M 

•bowed the best form on ihe team, 



Totals. • ' " 

Iteore at end of lint half. W 1'. L 16. 

1922 STEW OFF 

At the meeting »f lb* Sophomore 
class heW In stockbridgc Ball, bMH Eri- 
day afternoon, plans were discussed for 
,,,; sophotm.re Senior Bop. Ideas for 
,he Arena farU and iltmrebjS* 
for the .Mliticiulon ol the ofTeudlug 
Pteekmea were al-«. brought forward. 
\ eemeritteeof ti*- '»«*» wa- ap|K.mt«l 
t draw up a petit »..n ^ 
work in Aeririilinra 
alleviated. 



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T.W 8.60 •: ij" 4.00 

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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 21, 1920. 



"ROCKED IN THE CRADLE OF 

THE DEEP," WELL SUNG 

Dr. Clark of Pilgrim Quartet Please* 
Large Audience. 

The second of Ihe series of Social 
Union entertainments for the term, 
given by tbe Pilgrim Quartet of Boston, 
was held in liowker Auditorium last 
Friday evening at 7 o'clock. In spile 
of the disagreeable storm outside, tbe 
students turned out almost in a body 
and were well repaid. The concert was 
well varied, from folk songs and ditties 
to more classical pieOM, and several 
encorse, both for solo and quartet 
pieces, were called forth by the pro- 
longed applause of the students. 

The hit of the evening was undoubt- 
edly "Swaunee Uiver." which was rend- 
ered with great skill by the quartet. 
The singing ol "The Deep told Sea,'" 
by the bass, Or. Clark. was a area! suc- 
cess. and he was called back to ui\e 
"Hocked in the Cradle of the Deep as 
an encore. The solo, "b«'l. U>atoad" 
Mr. Kitasgerald, was a No unusually well 
-Men. The "Soul hern M>dl»\\.'" by the 
quartet, including several old darkle 
plantation songs, proved popular; and 
\nnie Laurie" with variations otoatd 

the program. 

The clever acting of t he members of 
the quartet, especially the pianist, 
:».ide«l much to the more lm moron* 
nieces, such as the imitation of bag- 
pipes, and they eavt the student* much 
entertainment. 

J. STITT WILSON, SOCIALIST, 

COMING FEBRUARY 6-9 

Y. M. 0. A. FUoa for Institute*. Ar- 
rangsmeot Committee Appointed, 
Plans are now well under way for ihe 
Institutes on Constructive < hr *tian 
Democracy to be held here by Hon. J. 
SUM Wilson of California, Keb. t tst 
under the anspioea ol the V. M, < A 
Tbt wort of preparation has been 
assigned to virion* committees under 
the following chairman; Arrangement*, 
(kiodricb *S0; entertainment. Mackin- 
tosh 11: program. P. A, Beadio *»; 
publicity. Mellen II ; prayer, Luce '#». 
Tbe chairmen with Mr. Fielder will ewe- 
tirlse a general wraiintMee with Lyons 
,%0 as chairman. 

About It younger Christian leaders 
• re being a*k«d to come at the same time 
t«» bold pentonal conferencM on the 
Christian life and the committee will 
renoest the varions frwef«Ht» « pr»* 
vide eatertainmenl for their leaders 
d«rtng their stay. Further details are 
to be published at a later date 



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rriaod, ehaJrrjMyt nf the itraainUw *»•** 
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Friday, Jma, 18, flf« resn were iJwsted 
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ASSERTS REV. PIERCE 



Side-»how8 Seldom 8een,— Never to 

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Seen in Eastern 

Fairs. 

Tin* AniniiU Husbandry Club lieltl a 

isevting in Itie li«»wker Ainiitoiiiiin on 

Wednesday eveBtog, .Ian, 14, Tin* 
gpaaker of tb« evening ^Aa^ Profeteor •'• 

('. McNutt, wlio spoke alioul tin- Live- 
stock Shows in Hit- [Tsttsd Slates. 

Alter eeJlieg the meetleg t «» order 

i-H-sident Uarvt'.v Wiiflly ottttfoed tire 
w <>rk of the Hiri- for the lews. Several 

jiroinineiit livestock nun an- sxperaied 
to eddrees the club. »>■» .lannary 28, 
l'rofpssor Thomas Kldi-i, who built ur> 
iio* lainoiis Ht. HennoB herd of oaltle, 
will uive a talk mi "How 1 1 l* Built up 
His lit'Til.'* Later on la the terra tbs 
•■lui- expeele to have Mr.K.S.Arehibald, 
wlm was Animal Hustiamlman loi tlo- 
limiiiiiioii of Caiiadu, ami who now ili- 
rctls the experinieiital work there; and 
Mr. .lames Dodge, of Ho- Hood Farm. 
Meetings will be held every two week?.. 
Professor MeNutt wan then introduced 
as the speaker of the even lag. 

lie told lirst ol work la-l tail when he 
judged over twelve hundred tattle. He 
thai told Of the purpose of livestock 
fdiows, which is io show good animals, 
and compare (hem with others. In this 
way L-ompetiliuu In stimulated, and so 
better animals are j-rown. Llveatock 
shows are useful in an educational way. 
Men show their livestock for the ad\ei- 
uient which they gat, and fjaofet 
-•remittal in«uejr. 

The differeioe between western ami 
vistern shows was another point who h 
l,i- brought out. In the West ihe 
.bow* are purely ■grlcullural and the 
Urger psrt of tbe attea4ajitt are eeaa- 

ti> people, while in the Ka-i l,.ie an- 
Mimny side-shows whieb deiiaci from ihe 
In show, and city people makeup the 
urrMler i»rt of Its all* ». hints. In the 
Wenlern kIiows there t- nun l, ,.ii «> i 

iitptiiiimi aa each class afaaltaabito 

judged bl large. There sre usually 

three men to ]udue each class «if nni- 

fiiali and their responsibility Is *ery 

greet. 

There wee a good attendance at the 
m»etliig, over one bnndred twenly^lve 
••ring present. 

Prof. Elder Prom Sit. Hennon. 

There will l« a meeting of tbe Ani- 
t.;ii Husbandry f'lnb, \Vedue«<lay, Jan. 
m, at 7*W P. M. in the il<iwker Audit- 
orlttm. The speaker for that time will 
tol'tni.—i r be a aae Klder of Mi. ller- 
iMan, Professor Klder is an aBlboritv 
-t. tbe «nbj«ct and to him la indited 
th«* building up of the line herd at Ml. 
Herman, 

S0POMORE HOCKEY TFAM 

ELEC^HASKINS CAPTAIN 



Dorchester Man Likens Occasion For 

Deportations To Purpose Of 

Great Flood. 



Rev. Jason N. Pierce, in his address 
in Chapel, .Ian. \&, maintained thai this 
goveraotaat wa» wrong io its treaiment 

ol the Socialists, and offered a remedy 
for t hH condition. 

Al I text, he read the story of Noah 
and the ark, Qod'a hoatiU atiitude to- 
wn ill man, Ihe coining Of the Hood, and 
then the rainbow and Hod's covenant 
with man. 

Was the recent Soviet ark a good 
ibitiij '.' It was an object lesson tor trai- 
i , us Io tbe government: but, like the 
great flood, il was futile. Kor the ideas 

cannot be deported 5 timl iaw he could 
not cure men i»> exterminating the 

leaders of evil practise. The conditions 
remain unchanged by deportation; so 
Noah fell back into ihe same habits af- 
lei tbe Hood. A change of conditions 
alone will bring about a change ot 

ideas: so tioii gave us 1 be eoeottertBg 
until ot reltgtoa Io use aad make the 

world better. 

Science gives us power; art gives Us 
direction lot that power; religion glVM 
aa greater power, truer direction. The 
man who ically finds himself is be who 
loses himself: tbe truly great man is he 
who knovsw how to serve hisfelloW men. 
Tbe counliy's great need today is tor 
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Hockey Interest Barm High - Practice 
Stiff. 

Candidate* FortbeSopbomore lloehey 
• iiii were railed «»ut l»st week by 
Manager Tucker. In spite of bad 

. s.i < Iin.,11. tbe Sopbt. have 

red two ttltT practice Imnts, enonib 
•• Ijet .1 line on ihe men mil. With the 
Ms ktoiiii; 1 n w tun ng at jh lnt< 
in kt'\ i«. running i • in l» and ti>> - 
• - this year bid tali to et tract ena 
■iib-rabl^ attention among the spftrting 
J. b'* of t he college. 

i'i. i 11,1. uin« will eaplein ihe sopho- 

t, . ■ 1 1 1,, in, n out 1 baa i;«r 

m: Bwlft, Tacknr. Acbeeua , Farewell. 

rtaskiat K.indatl. I,indi|iii«t , Arrn«, 
I U. 1*. Sinilh, 



At a meeting Sunday, Jan. 1* the 
Ooi.l.KtttAI lk»ard v«»te«l unaninmusljr 
in lavor ol eslabliHhilig a eretlil system 
in lion -athletics, eaeh aetlvit] to count 
1 eitatu number ol credits and tbe noi.- 
athletie medals lo be awarded on tbe 
basis of the number of credits. Tbe 
hoard #w also in favor of changing tbe 
fuffM nf the aaadtlfc frees a fob to a pen- 
dant and of doing sway with the pres- 
.1,1 broraim medals. In lis elaes would 
be Hiibsiituted a silver medal remilrlng 
n witnewbat higher standard of Work 
while in spwdaJ cases or for a higher 
nun, 1,, 1 ,,1 , m itits gold medals would be 
preseuteil. 

t»f the the twantywme Bpeciallsls em- 
ployed in Ihe rUlensiori I>eparttnent, 
eleven ;itt being actively eonsldered fi>r 
ptwltiona elsewhere paying fwrn »44)0 
to ^«10 wore I ban t bey are miw rtceiv- 
lag. Three resign ui-ni hat* b*en re- 
ceived in the law! few days. 

lAwren^ Bevens T3 haa l»e«n *p- 
|n*intc»i rmiuiy agent of Norfolk eountv 
la .in. eed \v.!inr«i Munaoo *«» who bae 
■! made chief of the Unman of Mar* 
Wet-- -I ihe Majwaebusett* ltepartment 
of Agrieiilinre. 

rrcderirk 1 • - 3D, rrealdent of the 
1'omolouy * tub has been awarded a 
.liver loving .up with this inprripllon 
mi It: Awarded to I re, l,t . k t ( «de for 
Highest Individual S.ore. IntereoiJeg- 
iate Apple Judging t*onie«iJ'ro*lileiic*. 
p.i,,., ,| MOV, 11, 1M11», f'ole has 

alwi done goad w.ok In many mber ron- 
tr»t«, but did espeeialiy well In tbia 
om m\l bi shown by bi« Bne award. 
San H tgginbottom To Addrew Mid- 
week Meeting. 
Uedneadav. Jan B, Mr. Sam Hiag- 
[iwbottom ot Ulebabad, India, will 
'■peak at asMMiii.lv nod at the \ M 
I a mid- week n " 
ti4,*i f, vi This meet 
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1 ol the world , and hai 
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DR. SEERLEY ON CAMPUS 

WITH STRONG APPEAL 

BeginB Course Of Lectures On Person- 
al Hygiene. Second Talk Tomorrow. 

Last Thursday evening at 6-10 Dr. 

Seerley of tbe Springfield Y. M. C, A. 

Collet* gave the lirst of his series of 

lectures Oil personal hygiene to about 

200 of the men students of the college. 

Dr. Seerley spoke at Aggie several years 

ago, and has become well-known 

through his work at Springfield and 

across the water. He knows how to 

present his subject, aud anyone who 

kept away because he had heard 

enough of the matter in the army is 

able to profit by the talks of one who 

knows how to preseul the subject in the 

proper light. 

The second of the scries of lectures 
will be nest Thursday at which time 
Dr. Seerley will take a vote of the stu- 
dcuta to see if they wish the series ex- 
truded to live lectures or to have '.hem 
discontinued. He expressed a wish that 
more would attend the next talk. 

DR. R. R. PARKER, AGGIE 12, 

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Spread of Typhus Fever. 

Dr. ft ft Parker, M. A. C. 12, in 
charge of entomological Investigation 
IB (!„• Bitter Boot valley of Montana for 
the past few year* and assistant to the 
state entomologist, has been chosen a 
member ola North American commis- 
sion of three experts lo take up Investi- 
gations 0! the spread ol typhus fever 
in KuNS.ai.nd 1'oland. Dr. Parker lelt 
fall Boaemaa home last week for New 
York, from which be sailed tor Poland 
about Jan. 15. 

The honor accorded Dr. Parker Is the 
result of his very notable work in the 
Hitter Hool valley. Uis work on the 
■polled fever problem throughout en 
...m.doglcal study, has been of great 
Hcrvbu* to the stale and has gained him 

r, million throughout the nation. His 

M imeement one year ago of a theory 

I hat the rabbit is the natural reservoir 
of the spotted fever germ an.l Iha! the 
disease Is only transmitted by the tick, 
won him the attention of entomologists 

in the east. 

Dr. Parker goes to Poland under I he 
dellnlteundeistanding that be is lo be 
released in April to ret urn to this work 
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MASSACHUSETTS AGRI CULTURAL 

Amherst, Mass., Wedne sday, January 28 , 1920. 



ARRANGEMENTS NEARLY 
COMPLETE FOR INSTITUTE 

Four Day Program on Constructive 
Christian Democracy Grow- 
ing in Favor. 

The lion. J. Still Wilson of Herkeley, 
Cal. will bold a four days Institute on 
t oiistruc-tive Christian Democracy > 
stockbridge Hall, Feb. I to «, under the 
auspices of the Y. M. 0. A. 

Mr. Wilson Is a graduate of North- 
western University and has the degree 
uj M. A. from that Institution. While a 
student at lhat University his work 
brought him in contact with the suffer, 
ing peoples of the slums. They touched 
his heart, and drove him to the study 
of the causes of their misery. This led 
him lo Europe, aud he lived for time 
v tan* In the slums of l,ondoii. lie be- 
MM elosely Identified with the early 
wlbof tbe British Labor Party and 
counts among bis friends such men as 
Henderson and Thomas. Throughout 
bis 18 yean In Europe, be made ad* 
.Ireasc* alt over tbe continent and in 
many places lo the British Isles. Ihir- 
a eerie* eoal aftoation, he spoke 



TUFTS FAILS TO THREATEN 
AGGIE CHANCES OF VICTORY 

Team 'Attains and Passes Fighting 

Standard of Former Teara. 

Win 31-39. 



MAINTAIN STIFF ELIGIBILITY 
RULES, URGES DOLE '15 

Hazen '10 Calls Upon Aggie Men To 
Thwart Radicals. 




The M. A. C. basketball team I -balked 
it l> one urnre tally to its credit Saturday 
when it dcfeatedTufta 31-22. With her 
defense, comparatively impenetrable, 
the game was wholly Aggie's from the 
mitlille of the first half on. 

During the first few minutes of play 
the attack of 'be visitors daxsled l-eut 
Hii.l t. ow.lv, peMorralng In tbe back- 
Held. Hut after a short period of ibis 
they were breaking up the plays in a 
manner good to look at. Htm this 
moment on there was little to it. 

Aggie's lint point came after two uiin- 
utesof play when Pond h e a ped a I"" 1 * 
POOd and Thompson then got into 
action for the total count of si*. At 
Ihtfl point the visitors made good use 
el ■ few lucky chances snd raised their 
ante to seven. Here the game "broke", 
and Tufl* never came within balling 
distance of the Aggie score. 

Individual honors should go to Pond 
who sunk II from the foul line and four 
(r.ni the lent. Nt clever work the 
whole team should he cited. The de- 
Imsive power* displayed by Gowdy and 
Lent forced the vl.tton. into trying the 
longer sfcoU, especially nollcnble in the 
last half. Tb«.mp»oB and (irayson were 
in i be limelight with their clever pes*- 

!„,. ami several difficult shots. 

r%,r Tuft*. Farver and Sampson take 
the crown. The lortner scored hum- of 
Ihe visitors points, while the tioorwoflt 
of the latter was of a high order. 

The game was witnessed by a capacity 
audience, who entertained themselves 
between tbe halves with a few songs, 
A large percentage of Alumni were 
present Thellne-ui 



"Athletic eligibility rules at M. A. C, 
are as l hey should be and the general 
management of athletics gad tbe policy 
of tbe present Athletic Department is to 
be commended." 

This was the opinion of Sumner A. 
Dole '111, who voiced the sentiments ol 
the Alumni bodj in a speech on Ath- 
letics at the M. A. 0. bamiuet in Drapei 
Hall Friday nigh!. Mr. Dole describe. I 
the "buying" of pr«p school stars by 
aome of the colleges of tbe East, and said 
that be was proud to be (be alumnus of 
an institution which OOttld show good 
teams and an excellent record of victo- 
ries without recourse to semi-profession- 
al tactics. 

Mr. Myron llanen 10, of New York 
City, President of the Coe-Mortlmer 
Fertiliser Company, lee very eloquent 
address called on the agricultural col- 
lege graduates lo do all that they could 
to opiH.se the radical tendency found 
particularly among the foreign element 
of our country. He opposed law policies 
of the Non-Partlsan Leage which in the 
Dakota* has started many socialistic 
movements He staled that the great 
work which the farmer and tbe agn« nl- 
lural college organ utallons could |>er- 
fortn today is the AaMlliMlliaillM ••' 
tbe foreign farm owner and farm 
laborer. 

l»ml II. F. Tompson'Uo, of the Market 
Harden Field Slailun In Arlington, con- 
gratulated the undergraduates on their 
very generous part In tbe recent Memo- 



No. 15 

AMHERST BASKETBALL 
TEAM TRIMMED 15-11 

Hard Game Much Effective Mock- 
ing Kept Score Down. 



Lo vernal clean, fast, basketball were 
given forty minutes of Hie linest exhi- 
bition of the name probably ever staged 
on the Drill Ball Hour, when Aggie, OB 
last Wednesday evening, won the an* 
nual Hit with Amherst by Ihe close 
score of tft-lt. Krom start to finish there 
was action every minute, and at no lime 
before the final whistle was it possible 
to pick the probable winner, both bas- 
kets being alternately targets for ihe 
rival forwards Hoi h lives guarded so 
closely that lloor baskets were tew, 
Aggie garnering five lo Amherst's two. 
and alter the opening minutes, long 
range shots, well directed, ami often 
missing con neel ions hv ■ hair's breadth, 
became the offensive of Im.iIi teams. 
The work of Captain Keiine.ly lor the 
Purple and White on the t. ml line was 
Milliciently good to keep them In ihe 
lead nnlll ihe middle of the second 
per od, when Caplaln Grayson's uulelet 
tied the count, and forged ahead Jeat 
before the Anal whistle. 

The e\ir.i seat* put along the side ol 
the court failed hf aeoeWedaH one ..i 
the large*! ami most enthnslastbi *f 
Aggie basketball audiences, and some 
were loreed lo occupy floor space. Ex- 
cept lor about seventy live Amherst 
footers at one comei ..I I he main bleach 
era. It was s crowd that pulled hard for 
a"Masssehu»elts• win and appreciated 
ihe bard won victory to Ihe fullest **- 
llent. WhenM.A.C. gained the lea.l 



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In every community In Soulb Wales. 
In America he has spoken before every 
kind at national labor, political, and 
church convention. 

Mr Wilson has steadfastly refused 
poiltieaJ prci.iin.nt, with one weep- 
ii. .n when he became mayor of his 
■owe rily. Berkeley, Oat., which office 
bebi-l.i tor three yean. 

During the last two years he has de- 
voted a great deal of bis lime to speak* 
ing to the students of America, especi- 
ally in the South and West. He made 
made a tremendous impression upon 
omr delegates to the North Held Confer 
euee last summer. The warmth of his 
heart draw* people to htm : hi* humor 
and wit are always alive aud to the 
petal i hi* arguments are clear a«d 
forceful; be is full of fight. He makes 
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the practical work which many M. A « 
men were doing In serving an appren- 
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^uet wae held at tbe Orieut, Holyoke. 



C. E. JEWEL *19 SRVKttY 

BURNED IN EXPLOSION 

Sulphur Dioxide Blown Through His 
Clothe. Onto Cheat. lye* Unhurt. 

While trying to otrtale ihe critical 
lemperatoreof Hqnld sulphur dioxide. 
Jewel "IB. graduate assistant in chem- 
latry, sustained some bad bnrae on tbe 
tmm and body. He bid placed lh» 
sealed tube full of the gas lew a bath 
of eoneeailflWd »f% sulpburlo add 
when the tuim o^tatnlag the dioalde, 
noi being able lo withstand the great 
pressure cawed hy healing it. exploded 
and spattered the vitriol on Mr. Jewel. 
Only his glaaee* saved bis eyes from 
being boreed. A*a4»ta»t «»rgi* and 
Mr. Barex rendered him firet aid nntll 
the arrival of thedoeW.who Immedi- 
ately ordered him w* *»• iBfirmary. 
From the latett rep»«», he la in no 
danger and will prohmbiy reaume tab 
work in a few week*. The mlahap wa* 
purely accident*!. 



...war. I the end of ihe game, I be ebe. I 
Ing changed In pandemonium, making 
It Impossible f,»r the ollclale* voices lo 
be heard, and earning a brief suspen 

■ion of play. 

Amherst's first efc*Hie lo *eore mmm 
tvro mlnule* from the siarl, but Ken- 
nedy failed to make hi* ebanee at * free 
try count. His «e*t chance, a moment 
later, pat ibe 8abri»as ona l» the good 
Three more basket* from fc»i* and a 
doable decker by Karnes, white Fund 
wa* coonllng three limes from the feml 
line tor M. ft. « , bnoigbi theend of 
ihe half In sight with the vlsltoni three 
points ahead. Then, one minute before 
half time, I'ond. free under bis own 
basket , sunk a twin counter, making Ibe 
mom CM, tu Amherst's favor. 

In speedy play lhes*«jnd period began 
where the Brat bad ettdhvd, and at mill 
period Coach Widmay. r « charge* had 
increased ihelr lead to two pointf.a* 
Kennedy caged three free men to Pond's 
twu. Then Thompson, for Aggie, broke 
the ice, with the first floor go«l «»f it.. 
period, tying tbe score. Hrayson fol 
lowed with a «eeond, from lb* extreme 
■l«le of the court, and Ihe Msrooo ami 
While wenl into Ihe lead. The game 
came back lo a tie almost Immediately, 
when Card ncored the >»cc.»mi fhmt 
baakel of the evening for Amherst 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 28, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 28, 1920. 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobber* of ttrmiulii Iron and liruss Flue. 
Vahi-H innl Klttliiir'8 for Steaui. Water and 
liaa, Asbestos am! Magnesia Holler and Pipe 
Coverings. I'tpei uttoHki'ti li. Mill Supplies 
Knulnt'fis and Contractors for hteain and 
Hot Water Heatiuif, Automatic Sprinkler 
S> stems, Boiler and Ktitfine Connections. 

Holyoke, Maaa. 



k»taih.i»m»i> taoa 

Stki'iikn Lank Foi.c.kk. <inc> 

M * N I K.M -II K I M . .II-AVKI.HI". 

ISO BROADWAY, NEW VOKK 

CLUB AND COLCKliK 

I'INS AND KINMH * 

OOIJI, SII.VUH AMD IIHIIN/,1! MHDAI.A 



Aggie Stationery 

with Class Numerals 
1920 TO 1923 



Aggie WM Do! to be denied, and catch- 
ing the opposing defease oil' their guard, 
Pond twiei' stink the hull lioiu close 
range, This brace Of tallies was M, A, 

C'i margin of victory, and the gams 

endt'il ri«ht after. 

Fur Aggie, (inwily's defensive and 
Pond's offensive game deserve special 
mention. Thompson played well. Ken- 
nedy, who scored seven of the team's 
eleven points, featured for the Sabrinas. 

The line up : 

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A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer and Stationer 
Ambers) - - - Maes. 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

rt Repair Work Done 

smuk .stitsfe Stand 

J. GINSBLRG, 19 Pleasant Street 



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Thompson, <• 

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JUNIORS SWAMP SOPHS 

IN CLASS BASKETBALL 



Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 

Haberdashery 

of bait ma h »'s 

DYEIN6, ALTERING. GLEANING. PRESSIN6 



LABROVIT2 

Tailor and Gents* Furnishings 
THE MILLETT JEWELRY STORE 



Keferee— Swaftield of lliown. Umpire 
— AspinallofSpriimlicld. Time -20min- 
ute periods. 

LOOKING FOR FOSSIL HORSES 
OF. L00M1S' SUBJECT 



Score of 29-7 Bun Up. Two Year 
Men Lose Again. 

Two lively interelass basketball games 
were played last Thursday, .January 22, 
in the Drill Hall. 1921 defeated 1922 to 
the tuue of 22-7, and the Freshmen 
beat the Two-Year Men, 12-9. 

In the Junior-Sophomore game, Went- 
sch scored first for *22 by making a 
true shot from the floor. During the 
first ten minutes of playing, Krasker '22 
sustained a broken cartilage in the nose 
and was replaced by Kokowski. The 
first half ended with the Juniors 9 and 
the Sophs 7. During the second half, 
the Juniors added 13 to their score, al- 
though tbeSophs did their best to break 
them up. Cascio on the defensivn and 
Whittle In shooting] starred for '21, 
while Wenlseh and Clark excelled in 
shouting and passing for '22. 

The Freshmen-Two- Year game was a 
close contest, and as both teams were 
equally matched on the defensive, the 
tOOM was kept from soaring. Marsh 
man did well in shooting and passing 
for the yearling!, while Stevens was 
very skillful in the free trials. The 
Two- Year Class was represented by 
ahotit twenty basketball fans, wbo 
mi. 1. 1 clic.t leader Nowers, gave some 
effective cheers for their team. 



Cuff I Jsks, Sufi t olfar l*ln«, 
Tt (Ms. Violin, Ran*!. Uandnlin Sir ititr* 

Wsi«a liaalriai, **w 

lUtitaeni l-T.o.pt I* 



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SHEPARD 



Furnishings, Shoes 



"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

We have a Mpplf «f total* 

Carnations, Roses, Hosts 

AIM l'..lt..l Plant « 
CROWN cm TBlt CAHTfJS 

FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Trlrpb»na WH. 



Program for Future Meetings 
Arranged. 

The Graduate Club.at a meeting held 
Thursday vveuiiig.Jaii.23t at Clark Hall, 
was addressed by Professor [S.F.LooBlM 
..I I others! College, who gave an inter, 
eating lecture 011 "Loefclag for Fossil 
Horse*", The slides included a number 
,.1 views of the Platte Ulver country 
where 1 he search was made, and of sev- 
eral drawings of specimens found on 
foe expedition. 

Professor Looa is traced the evolution 
.it the horse from ibe small three-loed 
animal of the Cligoeene Period to Ibt 
liiiofinl horse «»f uur own time, demon- 
titrated that the hoof is but a develop- 
ment ol the middle toe. Ihe other tues 
having gradually disappeared In former 
period*, This development, he slated, 
i» W in!tui|«»rBry with the formation of 
lb« Umky Mountains, Uy means of 
successive IUkmI plains where the 
horse* of ihe various periods died and 
are hurled, their hones are preserved. 
The professor also spoke of prehistoric 
dogs and camels, whose remains were 
among the ipeefmemi found on the ex- 

peditioa. 

The following program has been ar- 
ranged for future meetings of the Orad- 
uate club; 
Feb, 4,-SoeleI evening stPr.Marsball's 

h.»nr. « Mnnw 1 Avenue. 
Feb. IS— Illustrated lecture by Fro* 
lessor W, L Thofnpaon of Amherst. 
Clark if all. Room A. 
Mar, •— To he arranged by Mrs. Mar- 
shall 1 to held at 44 Sunset Ave. 
Mar. n-Opea. U*. fc A. Wlaattrwof 

Vale Inivetsiui 
\,,r. 7 lr.tt -*"r llopkiusof Amhetst 

CWhige, Mhjrohhjfogy IJbrary, 
Apr. 21 iipen. 
May i»- Open. (I 

hermt College,) 
May If .— Open, 
June S.— «<5pen 

Party,! 
Jane 1ft. -open 



FOUR DAYS INSTITUTE 

Continued from page I 



his audience feel the attractiveness and 
power of Jesus Christ, and makes clear 
tbe indlspensibllity of Christianity as 
the only force which can bring about 
true peace and happiness in the world. 
All of the addresses will be held in 
Uowker Auditorium, Btoekbridge Hall. 
Students and faculty will be accommo- 
dated first, and later ihe general public 
so far as space permits. In addition to 
the four regularly scheduled addresses, 
Mi. Wilson wilt give one address for tbe 
faculty only. 

Among the younger Christian men 
and women wbo have been Invited 
at the same time with Mr. Wilson, to 
hold personal interviews with any one 
who seeks them, on the Christian life. 
Christian callings as a life work, per- 
sonal problems, and such subjects, the 
following have been arranged to come; 
Mr. Clarence P. Shed, Secretary of tbe 

International Committee of the V. 

M. C A student Dipt, for New 

England, 
Mr l„ A. Morehouse. State .Student 

Secretary for Maaa, and It. I. 
Mr. W. M. Ross, T, M. C. A. Secretary 

at Mass, Institute of Technology. 
Mr. .Ham net I.. Shoemaker, Secretary of 

the Phlladelphian Society, Prince- 

10* University, 
Mr. Herman Lam, Y, M. C. A. Secretary 

at Wesley an. 
The entire program it under the dl- 
rection of an undergraduate committee, 
of which Henry Lyons *»1 is ehalrman, 
working in ecu junction with a faculty 
commit Ire. 

Farther details will be announced in 
the nest issue of the Cot.i.Kaian. 



LEGISLATURE WILL DECIDE 

FATE OF CAVALRY UNIT 

Stable Must Be Erected At State 
Expense. 

The prospects are bright, and it looks 
as tbo a great advertising feature for 
the college will soon be added to our 
campus. 

The War Department has agreed to 
furnish horses, saddles, and other 
equipment to Ihe College providing we 
erect a stable for the horses. The horses 
will be fed and taken care of at govern- 
ment expense. A detachment will be 
furnished to take care of the animals. 
This detachment will consist of one 1st 
sergeant, one stable serueant one horse 
shoer.and privates at the rate of one for 
every three steeds. 

The recruiting officer at .Springfield 
has already been authorised lo eulisi 

men for this detachment, provided the] 
are acceptable to I.I. Col. Walker. One 
man. l'rivate Joseph I'errault, has al- 
ready been enlisted for one year. A pph- 
catiotis have been received from about 
thirty men. 

The Board of Trustees has asked ths 
Legislature Is appropriate funds to 
build the stable. In a very short time 
we will know whether or not we are to 
have cavalry at M. A. C. 

It will certainly be a drawing card to 
have cavalry. Then- are very few col- 
leges around this section of the eountiy 
that have this branch of the service, 
and When the news of our Mounted 
Field Day .drag hunts.and erosa country 
rides begin lo spread around there i* 
sure to be a swelling in the enrollmcni 
of future freshmen classes. 

It baa been reported thai some mem- 
bers of the Faculty have applied to join 
this cavalry for one day, and that da> 
is the one on which the Faculty take-, 
its annual bike to ML Toby. 



'08. - Danlorth P. Miller breaks right 
Into the front pages of fit fount,-,/ 
Uentlrman of Januaiy 24 with an lllua- 
irated story about "Saving Time la 
Spraying". I>an is now superintendent 
of a big orchard development propost 
11..11 in North Brookflelil. 



TOWN JALL 

Thursday 



Hat. atS 
See, at I 



Friday 



in 



-111 Get Him Yet" 

Sews WeeUy, Hast aaS Jeff 




IS 
tee. at • 



Dash Olds ef Am- 



Theater 



Frank Hale ex-'W was back 
campus for the week-end. 



on the 



Charles ft. Owm ea-li was a visitor 
on the campus over tbe week-end. 



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Hate Fersesea ta 

THE MARRIAGE PRICE " 

ruisjraeh ?ee>a-vU 

street MacS Seaaett 

JaeS PUSforS In 

'BILL APPERSON'S BOY" 



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Saturday 

Mat, si 3 

Rve -tSfcoai 

I Wat S I 

Hat, at S 
Iva. stS 

l«» pmdwetloTin !mv«» lists 1 .intruded f»r 

■t arwtly mrrnmiwd rentali, nweaaiwttng 

s slight Inrre*** in adwhsrioiw, besinnlmi 

Monday, fmbrumrv ffaf 

l-(TiiMrim IfC* lc tM. IHt »d»H» 

If*. «c ta*. l?f, 

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•Mi Out of ii Kitchen 

Paths ftevlew Cease*? 



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(Between the Banks) 

Brown and Bbck Nobby Spring Oxfords 




CAMPION'S GREAT SALE ! 

20 Flir CoatS $13.75, $15.75 ^B«^r Price $ 2 o.oo and $25.00 

A few Overcoats, Regular Prices were $35 00, $40.00, Sale Prices $19.50, $24.50 
AT CAMPION'S COLLEGE STORE! 



CHEMISTRY CLUB TO VISIT 

NEARBY LABORATORIES 

Jtin. 30 is Date Fixed for Pilgrimage. 
Will Visit Smith Coliege. 



Tbe bi-weekly meeting of ifaeChera- 

[otrv flub, Thursday eveninji, Jan. 22, i 

in the Chemistry laboratory, wan 
, jicil to order at 7-JHi by President 
Fii'llick, who gave a report DO the 
World Agricultural .society. The ben- 
.iii-4 derived from this society would be 
in exchange of ideas between countries, 
Hit] opportunities tor service. The 
mallei of joinini: MM considered and 
«,i-|.ut on ihe lalde lor future refer. 
ears H. Hall '2b nave a talk on "Clues 
and (..Inline." He described the vari- 
imaglues put on the market and how 
i bey are manufactured. The chemical 
..M.sttiuents of these articles are little 
known; the raw material- used in mak- 
iih iIh-iii arc hide scraps, slttSWS, ami 

lllllli-. 

I lie .Social fommittce «ave its M|Kirl 
and outlined the scbedule of the all- 
da* tri|i winch the club will make Jan, 
,,11 The ptouram will hens follows; 
Mi , () l.ers tskinu the trip will leave \m 
!,,i«i on the f*-:w \. m, car for North- 
ampton where they will visit the Nono- 
tmk Silk r». They will then «o to the 
Northampton futlery Co., and to the 
Pmphj ladie Tooth Hruab Co., situated 
tu Hat .Stale ami Ploren«"e, reaped I vely. 
The tnembera will then return to Korth- 
amp ton lo complete theii trip by viait- 
i u« ih c >mi th College laboratory, Tbo 
m*xt meeting ol the elub will be held 
Thursday cvenlug. Feb. .*.. at 7-W». 



MAY RUN W. P. I. THIS 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 

Manager Kendall Is Trying To Ar- 
range Belay Race. Time 
Trials Run. 



INDIA'S NEEDS ECONOMIC. 

SAYS SAM HIGGINBOTTOM 

afesssage From India Says That 

Country Must Be Helped To 

Help Itself. 

At last Wednesday** assatubly, Mr. 
Mat lligilnboitoin of Allahabad, India, 
lave a vivid talk on the need ol aclcnii- 
h«- auririiltuie nmoiiu tbe Hindu*. He 
ileserfhed ihe harmful effects of (he 
fii»te systrm on production In Imlla, 
»tni explained that It was due lo Ibis 
rtinse that India is so iiiiiH.yetished. 1 his 

.ii>iiHJlir»g poverty In return lias brought 

t'otit great noiral degredatfon, Only 

tea per eent of the man and one per 

< i hi of the women in India are literalc, 

Hy praciical demonstrallnn, 11 ha* 

. «hown that the staple crops of 

lodlH can be doubled by I he applies* 

liou „f sclentihe agricult ore. India la 

iTpemi neatly an agricultural country. 

it is really its one occupation. 

Kaliiy 1( »r eent. of the population are 

5 K ,,t the soil and ninety per cent. 

small villages, Tht? areaf n< "i 

•r agrleuHural schools to teach the 

i t,. l.ctter HKrieuHure, This would 

i . remedy for famines, and because 

t the foinparsti»cly high wages of the 

tamed agritsultun] workers, tbe 

i unlifs and schools would beeome self- 

ftapporttUS> "Help India to help itself" 

«HI bring about the solution of India's 

'titimt. 



Time trials for the M. A. 0. relay 
team were held last Saturday, Jauuary 
24, at HI A. M. The candidates for the 
team ran hy twos, each pair doing three 
laps around the board track for a total 
of MM yards. Tbe following men ran 
together: Cray '21, and Sullivan '22; 
Uewing '20, and Skinner ID; 1'ree '20, 
and Alger '21: and Carlelon *S0, and 
Hurd '21. The trials between Ball! van 
and Cray, ami bet ween Carlelon and 
Hard were close, and Ihe men made 
about the same time. Uewing and I'tec 
gained some ground la their trials. 
Skinner's time was slowed by an attack 
of appendicitis. 

Manager Kendall is trying lo arrange 
for a race with W. P. I. here next Satnr- 
day, Jan. It, but no dsftnlte arrange- 
ments have been made yet. Hcsides ihe 
li. A. A. meet in Boston February 1, 
Aggie will have entries in the American 
Legion Meet at ihe lass Artii.it), Bos- 
ton, February 27, and there will probab- 
ly he a race with Amherst, February 7. 

ALL MEN HAVE SOME OF GOD'S 
SPIRIT IN THEM STRONG 

Ohapel Speaker Urges Men to "Give 

Unto Ood the Things That 

Are God's." 

Dr. William K. SUing of Boston, who 
spoke at Sunday Chapel, Jan, k% 
l.roimht out the point that every man 
is created in the image of Ood, and for 
this reason it la his duly to serve Cod 
ami be true to Him. The teit was 
taken from Mark IS: IS, the ineident In 
wbloh the Jews tried to trap Josua on 
the subject of tax paying. To make a 
man a partisan has always been a mesna 
of convicting him. Bui Jesus* reply 
was "Bender unto Camar tbe things 
that are Cwsar'*, and unto ««hI the 
things that are fkids." 

The elm tree grows by the smote pro* 
ceases a* the grass at lis fool ; but not by 
this, but by their iinlikeitees, are they 
conspicuous, So ta man •MMpteuoM 
by bis unlikenesa to the rest of the unl- 
verse. Man has tbe power of voice, of 
distant fdgbl, and a mind that is ever 
searching, scanning, wondering. Fur- 
thermore, Ml has a soul which gives 
him a sacrificing nature, n n I i k •• ihe rest 
of the universe, save <,..<! aloe*. 

The war bs* changed many men; 
they have discovered In themselves a 
newer, titer aatute, their reHgkHSa in- 
Mind. All men, whether in tin- army 
or aot, have the marks of (Jod, and a 
man is not living his lift nri k 'ht If he 
diM-K nut bear out these snarlcs. First, 
be sure thai your purposes and alms 
belong to Bed, then. In Christ's words: 
"Header into Ood the things that are 
Cod's, '• 



THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's Office— $1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

Deuel's Drug Store 



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Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



VICTOR RECORDS 



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itain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

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Candies and Ice Cream 

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Grow Up! 
A remark overheard on the rnmpus a 
lew days ago brings to light an inexcus. 
able condition. It applied to the very 
'kiddlab" behavior of some students in 
the classroom, esperislly during the 10 
minute* preceding the exercise. 

Advantage Is taken of these few min- 
ules before the instructor enters the 

m to throw snowballs, paper, and 

at her objects at one another. Not only 
this, but one man had the temerity lo 
continue smoking a cigarette after he 
had entered the classroom. Unpardon- 
able as such conduct Is by any group of 
fully grown college students, the sur- 
prising fact is that ibis condition pre- 
vails largely In a few Junior courses, in 
which the Seniors take no small 
part in the disturbance. That the 
Juniors and Senmrs cannot net a 
better example to the lowereiaasmen 
and conduct themselves In a more 
gentlemanly manner Is a disgrace. 
Personal pride and pride In keeping 
the reputation of Aggie unlarnlabed 
should remedy thla matter withonl the 
action of the Senate or of the faculty, 

student conduct f« not of the beat in 
the Mining Hall. Merc again the upper- 
rlaesmftn are as much to blame aa the 
two lower classes. They have set an 
example which ibe short course stu- 
dents have taken up with Increased en- 
thusiasm, ^nch deportment la not be- 
coming of an Aggie man. Undargrad- 
uates here certainly should rcaliae the 
importance of acting at aHtlmes like 
gentlemen, 

The Trophy Room . 

It in perfectly evident to the few men 
who occaalonallj stroll int.. the Trophy 
Room that the cabinet, containing the 
silver cape and souvenirs of many hart 
fought alhlelw contests, has been neg« 
leded for a long time. The trupa sre 
unpolished and the rows <»' f««»tball», 
baseballs, and hockey pucks have not 
been kepi up to dale. The whole cabi- 
net baa the appearance of dingines* and 
antiquity. 

Is it smalt wonder then that yon 
never hear the Trophy Room ■poken of 
„n the campwf Bow many students 
lake a real pride in ihe banners and 



trophies displayed there? Do all the 
students know that the shell, which is 
not labeled in any way, was rowed to 
victory against Harvard in the first in- 
tercollegiate regalta on the Connecticut 
river in 1871? Yet, no one can deny 
that Aggie men are proud of her splen- 
did athletic record. Those who have 
attended football mass meetings know 
how much the Alumni cherish the vic- 
tories of former years. The Tufts game 
of last fall is ample testimony of the 
way an Aggie triumph is prized today 
and the rejoicing and enthusiasm which 
follows. Did it mean anything to win 
over Amherst in basketball last week ? 
Then why not keep the records of these 
games in an attractive and appropriate 
way so that the students will value the 
collection and the Alumni when they 
come hack for a reunion will take pride 
in looking at t lie reminders of their 
undergraduate days. 

Wait until the Memorial Building is 
built •.' That belter facilities for 
displaying the trophies will be pro- 
vided there Is no reason for letting the 
present collection get into such bad 
shape. High School Day is coming 
and Commencement. Some of us would 
like to show our visitors what M. A. C. 
has done in athletics in years past, but 
the correct impression could hardly lie 
gained from the Trophy Room of today. 

The Senate could very easily have 
Ibis matter attended lo by some under- 
classman. 



FRESHMAN TAKE DEERFIELD 
QUINTET INTO CAMP 18-11 



Yearlings Show Good Form in Open- 
ing Tilt of Season. 

The Freshmen added to the success of 
Alumni Day last Friday by opening 
their basketball season with a clean 
cut victory over the Deerfleld Academy 
Five on the Drill Hall rloor. It was a 
game marked by the fasl rloor work of 
Turuey, the yearling center, who garn- 
ered 14 of the Freshmen's 18 points. 

In the first half of the game neither 
side showed any adaptuess for scoring, 
the ball travelling from one end of I lie 
court to the other with only one floor 
basket being charged against each team. 

Kinnear scored first by hitting the I |> 

on a free try, and Tumey followed suit 
a minute later by caging two of the 
same variety. The first floor basket 
came after ten minutes of exciting 
play when Parsons, the fast Academy 
center, made a counter from a difficult 
angle. The Kreshmenjevened mailers up 
in the last minute of the period when 
Grayson, receiving a pass from Tumey, 
landed a double-decker from directly 
underneath the basket. Score: 4 all. 

The second halt opened with a dazzl- 
ing display of speed on the part of the 
Freshmen, which netted them two has 



kets within a short period of play. 
Parsons commenced the Bcoring for 
Deerfleld in face of the yearlings' of- 
ence after cleverly evading the first 
year men's backs. However the Fresh- 
men had assumed the lead and would 
not be denied the victory, retaining the 
margin for the remainderof the game. 
The final score was M. A. C, '28. 18; 
Deerfleld Academy, 11. 

For the Freshmen Tumey. Crayson, 
and Hale were the bright lights, while 
Kinnear and Parsons showed up well 
for Deerfield. 



Albert G. Urason ex-'22 was back ou 
the campus for the Tufts game and fra- 
ternity banquet. He is now employed 
by the Quaker Oats Company. 



CAMPUS CALENDAR. 



Wednesday, Jan. 2*. 

M,— Assembly, sigimra Olivia 

Rassetta Agrefii. 
M— Junior Class Smoker, 

Social Cnlon Koom*. 
TnuaanAT, Jam. iO. 
M.— Fraternity Relay Usees, 
u.— lecture by Dr.K. H.Seeflay 

Bowker Auditorium, 
M.- Basket ball, M. A. ( vs. 

Stevens, Drill Hall. 
M, — Senior Smoker, Social 

l ■ 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 Rooms . Tl me s object 

lo change. 

Kimi.av . Jaj». ». 
m.— Chapel, 
11.— Inlerclaas bask et ball 

games. Drill Hall, 1OS0 vs. 

vs. 1W8, 1H1 vs. § yrs. 

Sattbdav, Ja». tl. 

M I't.-.hmen va. Wllliston 
Basketball Game, Drill Hall. 
M.— Moving Ptelnrea, "Sport- 
ing Ufe'VSoeial Union Series. 
Bewker Auditorium 
§t svkr, Feb. I. 
, «,— Cbspel, Speaker; Mr. 
Charles Stelsle.New York, 
Mokuav, Faa. *. 

. M ' I. ..pel 

Tus»t»av, Feb. S. 
. «.- Fraternity Relay Races. 
. ».— Senate. Meeting. Senate 



:t 10 i-. 

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two P. 



7-40 A. 
MO P. 



MB p. 
7-00 V. 

0-10 A 

7-#0 A 

5- 15 P 
7* P 



Wednesday Fkb, 4. 
S-1Q p. m. Assembly, John D, Willard 

of m, a. o. 

7 -m P. M— Animal Husbandry meet- 
ing, sioekbrldge Hall, 



MRS. MILLS 

Saturday 

Evening 

Dances 

MASONIC HALL 




M . \ . ( :. Orchestra 

Next one Jan. 31tt 



TO BE EXPECTED 

Ton possibly have wondered why 
dairymen who use 



You get your wish ! 

Absolute satisfaction or your 

moiiryback. 

Fine quality clothing, furnish- 
ings, hats and shoes for college 
men. 



Special "Sbessiag Service ' 

■teat 



Rogers Prkt Company 



Broadway 
at ISth St. 

timadway 
at Warren 



yyam 




"The 
Four 
Corners" 

MEW VOEK CITY 



Broadway 
si 34th St. 

Fifth Ave 
at 41st St. 



f i§»=W, In Ours*, assistant professor 
of botany at the Haw Hampshire state 
tollege, is author of a papar en **The 
Minimum, Optimum, and Maximum 
Temperature of Spore Germination in 
Some Uredinalee", published in the 
September number of Pfiytupnlhak^g 
and reprinted as a sclent! lie contribu- 
tion of tbaffsw Hampshire Agricultu- 
ral Experiment Mat ion. 



are so mneb more successful and proa- 
persous than those who d» no*. There 
is nothing unusual about this when you 
consider th« many advantages that are 
derived from the usa of this material 

This cleaner thoroughly removes all 
objectionable and fermentative matter 
from dairy and creamery apparatus, 
leaving it pure, sweet, sanitary and 
clean, which Is tha condition moat de- 
sired for the production of dairy pro 
dmeta of the highest quality. It also 
proves to be an economy of considerable 
importance, because of the saving In 
time, labor and cleaning material neces- 
aary lo folly accomplish your cleaning 
needs. 



Order from yonr 
Supply House,,. 



Make Sure of Tour 

if LAVAL 

Cream Separator 
Early in 1920 




It Cletna Clean. 



t» every mut 



f*t J. B. Fort 0o,» Sols Mnfrs., Wya» 
oottS, M it-h . 



lot ttM New Year rlitht t hart l»» making tan 
of ■ Mt I ># I J» « »l , If foil arc elttoer wit hont 
S cream aafjarator or are lining an Inferior 
or ha If -wornc.nl machine that nhould be 
replaced. 

Pur three years mam. thousand* «f tfeoM 
*h« iranted a IM Ij»vml tava had tr» wait 
weeks for It and mini aava had to tm» a 
»*cond-gmd# separator. The demand has 
siaifttr exceeded the possible iiippty.tbaaah 
more De Mv»!« lava Bean made each rear 
than ever before* 

More ami better De Lavah will be made 
this rear than ever before— aa many a* avail 
able Hani additions and sallied workmen 
can produce— hot the de mand gives every 
indication of betas eves creator vtltl. 

Order year lie Laval now. Make sure of 
getting It. Let it save hair Its east hf 
Spring. 

Me the nearest fie [Aval local agent at 
on re, or write the nearest be lAvaJ of- 
fice below for any In for mat Ion desired . 



TIE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 

itBnresdway »%, Mad Hon, it. flBealeSt- 
Mew Torft Chicago Ma Fmadsen 




"THERE'S NO HOYAL ROAD TO LEARNING" 

** LoariiiiiB by study iiniHt be won ; 

'Twas ne'er enluil'tl from son 10 son." 

LEARN Ti> CONSULT WALSH 

for ilii' utmost in clothing nuil haberdushery. 




STEVENS TO PLAY THIRD 

GAME OF ITS TRIP HERE 



E. P- I- « Yet an Unknown Quan- 
tity, Have been Fast in Past 
Tears. 

Hie M. A. C. basketball schedule 
placets two games for ihi^ week. Steveni 
Insiiluie eoMM here Thursday niubt, 
3 ml tlic local tiuinlel juiirnies to Tn»y 
,„ uikc <>ii the Hentinelaer 1». I, outfit 

Sat unlay. 

Iggiea cliaiicpH with the M>veus 
i. ;im arc »<m«I. Tliiv play M. \.<". a»" 
i lie third itf a scries "| une-iilgot ttands. 
The fatigue slasaaal iboald snterlttlo 

the cunipclititiii. Su lai i lu- scaxiii, the 
,.r- have Kucccciicd in hrlngluii i o » < ' 
iHiii|' ;t ««»•>«• lierceiiiauc ol the ii.tm* 
lliai they hsv« itici. Their schedule lo 
date has included WOI.-van, Kclaware, 
h ,„,.!.. Columbia, Dartmouth, and 

sprnmlicld. Tiny ale furl una if ill \n'»- 
MUMiing alt of Issl year's learn M well 
m .«(. ret urned letter men ( »i1h<.u 
ami Kurti: will bear watching. Hal the 
ciiii«tani battering «»r wi stifT a schedule 
(dtirtiid make Uihii ic-.- daogarooa <■. 
M. A. 0, The docs sheet* have ii leal 
aggie should win. 

UHlc or nothing can be learned nl the 
■j ci-ii men. B ii mors from id.- dueciion 

III ir.,y place the It, I*. I, an | da- 

>.u* Milt, However , definite news ean- 

w»i Ih- ascerlaJned, I'a^t performs 

i«itnt ii.ward a bard gsmc 

light men will leave Friday. j..urne>- 
ln K westward. The parly will pmbably 
inehide Grayson, I'mid, Tbompstrn, 
Kiuim k. Bawdy, Irf-nl, Hlednmii, and 
Smith. 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION 

FOR FOREIGNERS 



H0LY0KE CONCERT AND ,om '" *■■ l,u '•"•'; i ' 1 ' ,, -' ,,1 > t'e..- uwi.m 

tn I he Mmlt time lu'lNVceli t lie liaKKfl- 

DANCE BRINGS BIG CROWD ,,,,,, gamu ^s,,, TulI , ,,»,! the rrataraUy 

bantiuats. Tbgcoueerl opeued vtiili a 



Saturday Concert Pleases Audience 
of Alumni. 



selection by the Mandolin Club, and 
was followed bj "i»*ai Old ICsssachu* 

■.lit*" i«v the Glee Club, wbloh called 
Tiie sixth annual cimccit ami dsuce I furtk an encore, Tlie quart si waw 

ill I he cuinliillcd Mimical and files I tubs t|,, |, | ,,1 the altel llmili wit ii popular 

via held in ibe tity Hal). Ifotyoke, auuga and especial lj a duty entitled 
laal Friday evening at eight o'clock. l *We Hail from M. A. C ' ThaOlea 
llie concert was well attended ami was club gave a rendering <■( tkt "Allege 

Medley," and "HwordsoUl lur < liarl ic", 



CARS 



followed l»y a dame l.u- llmne |> resent, 

I'lie usual program was given, 



wiiii-ii was loiiuwed iiy iwo selections 



The cMiicert which was held in \u<w |, v ,(,,. M;, IM |,,liii Club, 'I lie entertain* 

Uei AiidiiiH'tmn las) Saturday . i>t t in- meat closed with "SdBi "i OW Haass- 

alumni, was attended by a rather small ebu«atts M bj ibe nnmblnad clubs, in 

audience, due lo the bad weather out- whk-h many of the audlsnea joiaad. 

side. Which made Inailj ill tlielneti sin* i i 

in ...mini: «.nt. ||..«cver, iln.se | ''"'• ll S ' """^'.^ I''' 1 ' » il>i'»U 

e tit abuwed considerable S5»«ist.tct inn at visit t.. the campus last week before 

the sin. winy Ol Ihe clubs. Tiieuslial set 1 1 rij* mil IOr I lie W I Ids i.l Te JtSS. 



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*gUUS tliloligli to Smulel lan.l 

AMHERST AND SUNDERLAND DIVISION, 
HOLYOKE STREET RAILWAY CO. 



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Prol, Bohner Outlines Plan Fori 
Teaching New Amerioass 
Thia Language. 

The third of tba series of lertnre" | 
ii»»B by Crofessor Bukuer, «»n A mart- 1 

taalEattoo, was held in the old chapel, j 
i week ago yesterday, at 0-10. and wa- 
Rttcndwl by an Interested andleacc >.f 

20. lie gave a short review of | 
• In- la*t week** lecture, and ptmned Ml 
the wonderful effect Ihst paj s et lw 
inching was having on foreluners in 
ilds slat*, Id this method or teaching 
'-lunik using the vocabulary ofaj 
k ular industry Is used, and each | 
««ef U dramalUed, The atudeots nn| 
•Bparated iato gmu pa according le I kali 
literacy, and given one hour cla**en Mf 
more than three limes a week, in ah • a 
■I least K aiinnte* i* ti»ed in lalkiHu. 
'he real in eoneart rending, i he 
i«u«r part of the hour was spent In 
n»ing the claM as a demonstration. 
The next lecture will be «»n Kcl. 

wheii E'rofassor Bobnsr will i.m fl 

"M- iltc ijuestHin of civics. At thai time 
f will be taken sa lo whether the 

»ijul«nts wish another leewre «u ibis [ 
<t. Otherwise this will be tba last | 

i>I tbB serlea. 






I»»— K. F. Tabcr Is qt the (tbio State 
UtilversHy, Colnmlms, ubio. 




13F 

TRAOt VB ■/ MARK 

▼ 



WHAT man doeint like hio pti»? Th»T«*i nothinrc wh«tt 
vour smoke dmrnrm like weing a good pipe tying around. 
Be«uw you know that in it is the only reml smoke sitisfaction. 
Your apfitite will b« doubly whetted if it is a W I) C\ because in 
W D C Fii>es ill the sweetness and mellowness of the genuine 
French briar is brought out by our own special seasoning process. 
Then, too, W D C Pipes are good to look at. The designs are 
pleasing and workmanihip perfect. You'll agree with us that our 
craftsmen are accomplishing their purpose— to make pipes that 
are without peers in all the world. Ask any good dealer. Be 
sure and look lor the Triangle t«demark. It's a guarantee against 
cracking nr burning through. 

Wm. DEMUTH & CO.. new york 

WORLD'S 1.AR6IST M A K C ft S OF PINK PIPES 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 28, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, January 28, 1920. 



CAMPUS NOTES 



«« 



BIDE-A-WEE 



?» 



PLAZA 



Northampton 



Mush. 



GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT GO. 

SV iiere t lit Bast 

PHOTO-PLAY 
FEATURES . . . 

\lv »tioW!l. 

Program changed daily »ac«pt Monday 
and Tuesday, 

i i;i n'K I*. BKLMONT, Ma rawer. 



mibh \...ii. i, simmnns,,! uustuQ win Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specially 

0y$ n led ure on Greenhouse Construe- | Al)t | other good tbtnga to set. 

H„n and Heating before 1 1..- Ha-, i n ; MRS ^ M STEBBINS 

tlnrit-iii i in - *- ami vegetable Hardening r n- ! 

, ,. i ii n I Middle Street, Tel.4i&-WJ Hadley. Mass. 

day ,.i an. au, ai I -10 i . M., Ill 1 rcucu « »;•• ■ ■ 

She will also lecture before the Land- 

scape Gardening Club, til the evening, 

mi toe Green boose la Its Kslsiton to the 
Development ui i be Ground*. 

Music With Your Meals, 
The Dininu Hall Hst-.l up t.» its repu- 
tation nt something iiinv racli wi'ik by 
providing a i<hu piece colored orchestra 
at dinner Monday evening, Jan. 2»». 
Tbi boarders were [.ba-ati! I> gurprlaed 
to find a Arst, elsss jass orchestra I'lny- 

i mi when they fame In for supper, li 

ill more surprising it. learn that the 

members of i lie on he-.ua a!! work ill 

the llu-di House. The liiuiiau'eiiient 

will supply miisle every tew days after 

thiK for l lie eiijovinent of the regular 

patrons, Tin- orchestra will next ap- 
pear lor Sunday dinner. 

Movies Again. 
The bi K si\-Ieel motion picture 

"Sporting I. He'' will be presented In 
UuwUer \niii(«iriuiii Sfttnrdnj evening 
under i he auspice* of Hi.->.m is] Union, 
Thin til m is avtoTj id British sporting 
life, ami shows some ui Britain *• famous 
Sportsmen ami athlete- in action. The 
_m it Derby racing eveiii If one of the 
1. attire- in be fthtlWIl, iliiii aiiiitlier ii an 
important busing matih, "Sportful 

Lite" ha* beetia\.i% popular ptrturi 
ami ihoflld be ■speelalij lulewetlntf (n 

College student » \ I »> ; 
will also be .(town, 

1921 Smoker. 
The .hiiiHtr f 'but" will In. Id n -tin.ker 
., ihe.SiH'ia! I "'in. ii H '.- im-*«la> even- 
ing. KlaiH.rate plana haw been made 
and a Mi time li niiin ipMted, 

Short Course Council Notice, 

The Hist leynlar ii.eeUiig id t he 
elected Mn.it Course Student i ..until 
If a* held last \Yedne*daj evening. The 

appointed ei.uii.ii, upon motion, turned 
hirf Its business t.» the new hoftj but 
nod) tilted in se»*!..H With 1 lie e 
eumtell h< »fi advlsofj hoard during the 

iny The ...iiiiH! iiiiat|!iti.ni«Iy 

tuteil tn push »ub*rtiplhim- aiming the 
fcliuri course men f«>r the tivtrjt, l! was 
anijuiii. •• Mr. Hlirt.elt had Leer, 

elected aw <i« ill (gale -a' -i.ir^e ««» the mum 

Cli, The retriilMf nieeilng nt llie etitiiii i 1 

will be held Wednesday at rt:itt p, n. 

• he "etiau i . r i in- Library 



S. S. HYDE 

jaweier iiu«i « >i»t l«.;i«»«» 

la niiniam Ktreai 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Bioken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

Hal l.»f a. t (on 1 1 nil I :i litrett 

MARSH'S SANIIARV 

Students' Furniture 



THE COLLECE STORE 



P.M. Thompson & Son 




RU1S AND CARPETS 



I. H M \ Ili4|| K8TATI 



RAHAR'S INN 

KaaaaelMMftli 
EUIOPEAM PLAN 



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W. . : ,rr» a fwl! Hneef 

Students' Appliances 



COLLEGIAN COMPETITION 



RUMERY & FAY, Electricians 

No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

y.itif appeariiiH t* Is marred niibr.» vntii 

Footwear is Correct 



I I, ,. tbf laave id .lar. 

,,„. .,i. Hie f ..i i i HIAI -tat) m 

mm', 

pro inn 

*._ Vt. Hr»in, I •> 

HI 4.0 

L. B. Aifinai. 

K. < I 1 " : 

III t' IIS 1 

W I, Hurt 

(t, ¥ I •.!*.ifli. 

F K. rlneW 

< | itu. -k. I ■ 

H. Wl, 1 ?r 

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art ■ ■' ' - ■ 

ed 



15 . p \ 
I In li«l»t ut (tie { * 

: i da. 



The pUwe to go for College Shoes 

THE HOME 

of Aggie Men 

IN 

SPKINGFIfiLD 

IS 

Hotel Worthy 

Drop En im n meal or over 

night, 

TARIFF RCASONAI 



"■- ' ', M«B and . WorthinKton Streets 

WMh If,! 'ill " 

Till*, i »»wtfw a «hto 



We are now represented at 
M. A. C. by the College Store. 
Our sales slips are good for 2 
per cent on any purchase that 
you make there. 

This means a saving for you 
and extra busine-s for us. 

Still plenty ol those Leather 
and Shrepskin Coats. Don't 
wait until the cold weather is 
all over before you get yours. 



FM. Thompson & Son 

Hart Schaffner & Man Clothes 




Convrleht 1919,HartSehaffneriMan 




BANQUET LAST FRIDAY NIGHT 

|( ontimied from iiaite 1] 

lien in I he Kustein part of the si ale. 

.Mr. Kvan F. Uieliardson, the Presi- 
dent of the Associate Alumni, the toast - 
master of the evening, was I a trod need 
t»j President Butrerfisld, The Preeldeol 
st.itetl that next year was to be u year 
ui organisntioo for the Oollegetlo that a 

1 1 i \ delinite poliey in euiineet ion with 
; lie future work of the institution was 
to he formed, ami that Alumni were to 
he sjiveii a very important part to play 
in this matter. Their opinion was to be 
obtained ami their views sounded by 
., nesl iuiinaires senl them from lime to 
nine rejfurdinu their ideas oosoftfnlng 
the future of the institution. This pro- 
ject was to be a part of the Fiftieth 
\imiversay Celebration, wbieli was to 
i.eyiii with the laying of the eniner 
■tOM <>t itie Memuiial Ibiildiuu. The 
main features ot the prunram, however, 
would be sebeduleil for l!»'il ('oinineiiie- 
inelil. 
Prof. Lock wood spoke briefly on the 
• it demand wbieh lie knew there was 
ini M. A. & (rained men, and of the 
many request! wbieh MSM (•> him while 

he was In ohnrge ui the mobilisation 

work for M, A, ( '. men to handle res- 
ponsible jobs ahum atjrieiili ural line-, in 
the period of emergeucy. 



APPLE BUTTER & COMPANY 

TRIMS CIDER 29-12 

Pom, Club Meeting Shows Horticul- 
tural Manufactures Preferable. 

\t a meeting of the Pomology Club. 

held in Freneb Hall a week ago Isat 

Tuesday at 7-30, those present heard 

•• a lively and Interesting debate on 

the .pietttion: 

K esflfiltf l That It is better for the 
griiwer to market eull apples as Horti- 
cultural Manufactures rather than sa 
eider vinegar. 

I he affirmative, which was argued by 
Hfnwe and Burton, won by a vote of )H* 
t«» J* over eider, which was represented 
b> WiKidward and Harrington. lb»ib 
nhtes produeed some interesting evi- 
d»ai-e, and many qnestioiis vital to 
the fruit grower were discussed, 

\fter the debate Mr. Drain of l'oraol- 
my Department gave a short and in- 
•tnetive talk, aeeom pan ieil by slides, 
mi the Insect jiests of the urohard and 
tJieir control . He look up the ques- 
ti..n« ol the sprayer to use, the Idenilfi- 
iinn irf the insect and his work, the 
fbs propei time to spray, and the spray 
in use. 



FRAT RELAY RACES 

STARTED TUSDAY 



Time Slow Without Use of Spiked 
Shoes. 

The interfralernily relay raees started 

Tuesday atfernoon, Jan, ~il. These 

raees open a series whieh are hound to 

bring to light seme fast material, [n 

the past, men who did not know they 
luiild run have been pressed into sei- 
viee at Ihelast minute and have made 
good time for the two laps. 

Owing to the ruling wbieh prohibits 

the use of spiked shoe-, the lime is not 
eXpeeted to be fast . 

Tuesday's rSCSS ended as follows: 
Alpha Camuia Who beats Alpha Hignta 

Phi ; time, 2 :K, 
Kappa Cannna Phi beats Thetu Chi: 

time, 1:38 1-fi. 
Sigma Phi Kpsiloin beats Lambda f hi 

Alpha; time not taken. 



CHARLES STETZLE, NEW YORK 
SOCIOLOGIST TO SPEAK 

The speaker in Chapel Sunday . Feb. 

1. will be Charles Stelkle, the noted 

..U"*t of Sew Turk . 

Mr. Mfeltile was born in Mew York in 

iWaiid was ordained to the BnptiM 

winbdry in 1S0O, During IfOMfft, he 

watsnperintendent of the Department 

•1 Irnmigration. In 1914, be investi- 

i 'he einnninie anpeet* of the llqttor 

iem in the United States and in the 

» 'H'lpean eminirie- llu is an author 

«ii h repute ."some of his Inioka 

" The Workiosman and the !*,«iai 

•'ems'MOOB; "llnys of the 'street" 

Me in also ft eoiiirilniiiir to map* 

ni»d varloMs artleles on sssrtologr, so 

tgfi he will bring will 

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ALL UNDERGRADUATES 

STAY TO COMMENCEMENT 

At the Alumni Forum held ,SaHirda\ 

morning at '.».;t(i in Stoeirbfldge Hall 
man] items of Interest n» the Alumni 

and student!, wen- dlSCUSsed. « >ne w bit h 
will be of partietilar Intftfesl tn the un- 
dergraduates {of the College is the do- 
sire on Ihe part of the Alumiii Us make 
the eniiimeneeineill pro(»rani a Umre 
worth while all air. 
It wais the aeatlment of those present 

thill eniiimeiieemeul events should be 

arhod tiled durinu a week en ds at bast as 
far as eniieerns the three lower el asses 
and the Alumni, and Ibnl the Strictly 
.Senior Class features should Come the 
tirst of the following week, With the 
pngram thus arranged the Alumni 
present were mianiuioiis in their opin- 
ion thiil undergraduates should remain 
th rough the week -end. 

Another maiter which the Alumni 
Htr.umly favored was the featuring »d 
the clans »ing wbieh it was thought wa- 
.me of the most attractive events of the 
program. 



SHAUGHNESSY 21 MARRIED 

SINCE DECEMBER 11 

Few Classmates Awsre That Be Had 
Left The Bachelors* Ranks. 

Announcements are being receired of 
the marriage of Howard John S h ang b* 
nessy, M. A. C. 1W1, t«. Ml«. Qcac* 
Myrtle Ilerk. It-dynke The wedding 
tiK.k place on IsM»ml»er IsTOlf, bui km 
been kept a secret, f inly a few of the 
most intimate friends of the roupSe 
knew thai theeeremoiiy hadjtaken plare. 
before jntionncemenl e»rds were !<•• 
eeived a few ilays ago. 






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Rvarson was elected a trustee ot the 
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vannah. This club is a social umani/.a- 

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mation of heller friendship-; betWSSfl 
chemists and ehomieal workers, 

'If.— Harry W. Alias la located at the 
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'14. Mr. and Mrs. I.inest S. » lark.Jr. 

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•|."i. Vincent Snmehelli, gho is repre- 
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Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, February 3, 1920. 



No. 16 



ROUGH GAME WON FROM 
RENSSELAER TECH, 19-17 

Close Score Due to Last Half Rally 

by R. P. I. and a Spurt 

by M. A. C. 

Claying their iecond game of the 
macron away from borne, the Maroon and 
While basketball team pinned a defeat 
on Kensselaer Tech at Troy last Satur- 
day night 19 to 17, In a rough,fast game 
although not as close a contest as the 
s. ..re would indicate. The rongh work 
of the last few minutes was responsible 
f.»r the narrow margin of victory. Aggie 
outclassed Rensselaer throughout, and 
- in possession of the ball most of 
the time during the first half, the re- 
mainder of the time playing a defensive 
I .ime that kept K. P. 1's star men, 
II. • ward and Eller,from scoring a single 
Hour basket. It was a hard won and 
Veil deserved victory, for five minutes 
before the final whistle the home team 
mi one point to the good, ifter Aggie 
bad led from the start. Their lead al 
ibis late juncture of the game was short 
lived however due to theoffortsof A.W. 
smith and Pond in the closing minutes. 
The Aggie game was a feature of the 
liig Star Carnival, a New York Alumni 
celebratiun, snd was preceded by a 
freshman game with Troy High .School, 
making it »-§0 P. u. before the two 
teams took the door. The playing 
surface was an excellent gymnasium, 
and an extra large carnival crowd was 
<m hand to watch the Rime, 
At the start Capt. Grayson's team 
..l sis points before Kensselar 
- ..untcd a tally. Aggie kept the lead 
handily, playing an easy steady game, 
and at half time was leading IS-fl, Dur- 
IGoaUnnsd on pec* 81 



TRACK TEAM SUPERIOR TO 

WORCESTER QUARTET 

Little Racing After Second Bank of 

First Lap. Run New Hampshire 

Saturday. 



PROM PLANS NEARLY COM- 
PLETE— ANNOUNCEMENTS 



Tickets Eleven Dollars This Tear. 
Drill Hall to be Used. 



A PARTY STAGED TO 
BEHWT II \ K FRESHMAN 



Last Saturday at three o'clock the 
tra»-k team ran off an easy victory over 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Ihe 
huine track with the temperature around 
ten below zero. M. A. «'. won the tons 
and started with l'ree at the pole run- 
ning against Lyman for Worcester. 
Pree ran even with his man around 
the first bank, but easily passed him on 
taeead and held the lead for three laps 
banding over seven yards to Sullivan. 
Sullivan gained on Hoar, his opponent, 
as d'd Carleton on Uateson, tiray wss 
anchor man for Aggie, running against 
Carter of Won ester, and added to the 
fine lead banded him by ("arlelons cross- 
ing the line in three minuie* and I weniy- 
three seconds with a lead of nearly a 

lap. 

The Aggie line-up showed a well bal- 
anced team and much credit Is due 
Dewing, who Is acting as both captain 
and coach. Dewing was on iue track 
to run hut owing to a odd decided noi 
to enter just before the race began. The 
M. A. C, team showed better form 
throughout than Worcester, running 
moresmoothly, taking the corners belter, 
and passing the baton without a hitch. 
Next week the team has Us biggest 
race at the II. A. A. Meet In Boston 
where they run New Hampshire 
Slate, but with this as a practice 
race, snd the result as they stand M. 
v r. should come through with a 
win la spite of New Hampshire's 
flue team. New Hampshire has 
Melville. O'Lsary and Felkner with 
them this year, all former li, A. A. run 
nets, but wifb the present material 
available and Dewing in next week's 
line-up the team feels confident of sue- 
cess in Boston. 



FRATERNITIES TO HOUSE 

UNDER LEADERS 



Sophomores Exercise Executive 
Power For Beneficisl Purposes. 

Tuesday »»«'•« • ,: '» -'"• ; " ct ff Bt 
•> • lock, a considerable number of four 
year students attended a disciplinary 
party given under the auspices of the 
"••iphotnore class to five freshman la the 
•trinell Arena. The occasion was a 
lupcess. The Freshman; Lewis, Idnd- 
*kog, Mohor, Sandow, and Tarplin were 
introduced one by one clad In pea-green 
crepe d« chene, and each rendered a 
solo and an exhibition dance, the time 
being regnlated by the paddles of the 
coaching Sophomores. An application 
Of molasses and feathers caused the en- 
fertaiaen to take on an even more foul 
aspect than before. HI i nd-fobled wres- 
tles with the goat, a mock football 
game, a swimming race across the 
areas, water being furnished by a hose, 

*"d a penny bunt were also feat area of 

the evening. 



FIRST VOTES CAST FOR PER 
MANENT SENIOR OFHCKKS 

1090 Smoker Draws About Half Of 
The Class. 



A meeting snd smoker of the Senior 
Class was held in the loflal Union 
rooms last Friday evening at fl-W. Bal- 
lots for permsnent class efBcers were 
passed not snd those present voted, Nl 
tbe elections hsve not yet been an- 
i„. timed, awaiting tbe ballot of those 
not present. After this vole was taken 
a recess was celled to see the class 
basketball games. After (he game the 
class returned, and Commeneemenl sr- 
ranRement;, wer e discussed over the 
pipes. The Commencement Steering 
committee com posed of Maples as chair- 
man. Horns, Krelllck, Campbell, and 
Msserve made recommendations for the 
Commencement program, and a com 

mittee wss appoint tw ,ak » a > '" 
question of Senior Mines and raous- 

lacbea. 



Plans for Ihe annual Junior prome- 
nade to be held April !», 10, and 11 
are rapidly assumlut; ilelinite form; the 
prelims going on sale today al Ihe Phi 
Sigma Kappa house. They may be 

obtained of i>. C. i»ougiaas It, 

These dates were chosen because of 
tbe general good weather conditions 
which exist at Ibat time, because U is 
I he second weekend after the opening 
of college for Ihe third term, ami be- 
cause that those three days come within 
the interim between basketball and 
baseball. 

The promenade itself will he held in 
the Drill hall Friday nighl, Walter 
Johnson's Colored .la/,/, orchestra will 
furnish Ihe music. This learn per 
formed al last year's Soph-Senior hop 
and is tin- most popular in New lag. 
land, being frequently heard at the 
Copley-Plsza, sud tbe Brookline Coun- 
try Club, II will Include seven pieces 
wl»b VTaltcT ,l«.»iiiH,nn hta» sail at the 
piano. Dancing will last fromo l\u. loft 
a.m. with a mldnlgbt supper served at 
Diaper hall- The decorations and ap 
poinimenla bid fair lo excel those of 
former years, 

Saturday will he ocenpled with the 
pnon earberei in the afternoon and ibe 
«how al night. The musical Huh* will 
be tb« attraction at the « n beret which 
will beheld in thedrlil ball. Tbe show 
will be staged by the Bolster Dulstera 
in Stoekhftdge Hall. 

The program for Sunday includes a 
concert al Sloekbridge Hall and tbe 
Haven Trio hss been obtained fur ibis 
by ihe Social I'linoi .ommlltee. 

It Is expected that «U couple will 
attend snd plans have been mads ae- 
oordlagly. Prelims, easting fa may be 
obtained from Dnnald c, Douglass after 
today at the Phi Sigma Kappa bouse. 
The h.ddei of one of these ht entitled to 
purchase the prom t ickel itself st some 
near fnlnre data. These will be t«, 
thus making a total cost of the treket $11. 
Several of the fraternities are planning 
en holding house parties to aeeommo 
dale Ihe fair guests of their members, 
The personnel of the committee la 
charge: D, C Douglass, chairman, C 
U, Kendall, Starr M, King, John D. 
Snow, P, L KoWmwn, J. J. McCarthy, 
and James W, Alger. 

The claw of mi eitends to all the 
students «f the coII*gea» ievltation to 
attend thli Jnnlor Promenade. 



Program of Y, M. C. A. Institute In- 
cludes Four Big Talks by 
Wilson. 



HOCKEY SCHEDULE CHANGES 

The following eh angea In the hotkey 
«« i.edtile are anaonnwtf by Manager L, 

8. Oralf; 

Feb 11, Dartmouth vs. M, A, C. at Ban- 
over. N. H 
li, Amherst v», M. A. C, on College 

Pond, 
Jl. Williams game cancelled, open. 



In the campaign for constructive 
Christian Democracy to be held In 
Sloekbridge Hall, Feb. r> toil, under the 
auspices of Ibe V. .M.C. A. and umlei 
Ihe leadership of Hon. J . Stlt! Wilson 
of Berkeley, California, the following 
representatives of ditTerent christian 
Commission* have been nulled to hold 
personal inieiuewa with anyone destr. 
lug Ihein, mi any line of Christian work 
or on |iersoiial problems: 
Mr. I.ymoti A Morehouse, State Slndeol 
Secretary ol ihe V. M. C. A, tH 
Mass, and It, 1, 
K, Kay Campbell, Traveling Secretary 
under the Student Volunteer mo\. 
ment 
S. M. Shoemaker, Jr. Secretary of the 
I'hiladelphiaii Society, Princeton 
University, 
Herman I am, Se*-r»!ae» of Wesbjynn 

(Diversity. 
Wallace M. Hoss, Secretary «f M. I. T. 
Henry II. White, M. A.c. '|f». Miasionsiy 

«f American Board. 
i. O, Iterrel, Industrial Secretary -i 

Worcester, Y, M, C. A. 
|>»na dark. Munis SmUhson and \< 

Wilder— undergraduates of Y« 
Miss Alice lloyl, Student Secretary al 
Y. W. C. A. for New York and Mew 
England, 

Also repreasntaiives uf Connty Work 
Department of Y, N, C. A. 

All the addresses will be held in lie 
Uowker Auditorium, stockbridge Hall, 
and will he open lost adaats snd faculty 
and the general public so far as space 
permits, Tbe schedule of the meeting* 
hi as follows; 

special Assembly Prinay ,Feb,8 at I pji. 
Meeting, Saturday, Feb, 7 al 1 r. «. 
Meeting, Sunday, Feb, S at f-lO 1*. H, 
Meellnif, Monday, Feb, P at HM r», It, 
There will also be a special meeting 
for the faculty at • e, m, m Satudsy, 
Feb. 7, In Boom 114 Stock bridge Hall 
This meeting will be followed by sn In- 
formal reception for oot-of-tnwn guest* 
by the faculty in the Social Union rooms. 
Many uf those who come as friendly 
helpers to hold personal Interview* 
and give of their experiences wxve bee* 
assigned to the different frafenBles 
where they will be. provided for and 
and where they top* to bold a brief 
devotional meeting on Borne evening of 
the campaign. These men have beea 
assigned to tbe fraternities as follows 

Pbl Sigma Kappa, W. M. Boss 
Sigma Phi Kpsilon. H. Lum, 
Kappa Sigma, E, t* Campbell, 
Alpha (iamrna Hbo, H. H, White. 
TheiaChi. &, O. Pierrel, 



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Lambda Cbi Alpba, Hern, 
Kappa Gamma Pal, Monla Sinitbson. 
Alpba Sigma Phi, Dana Clark. 
Commons Club, Ames Wilder. 
Delta Phi Gamma, Miss Hoyt, 

Short Course men aud townspeople 
will be welcome to attend all meetings. 
There will be a secretary for each truest. 
Mr. Wilson will meet students for per- 
sonal interviews for an hour each. The 
exact time whan these meetings will 
take place will be announced later. 

M. A. C. NO MATCH FOR 

STEVENS IN FIRST HALF 



Second Half Bringe Out Life of Team 
But Game is Lost 39-16. 

The Stevens-M, A. C. basketball game 
in the Drill Hall on Thursday night 
resulted in a victory for the visitors 
with a score of 80 to 15. 

The Stevens men Bbowed excellent 
condition especially after defeating 
Springfield and Dartmouth In difficult 
names. During the first half of the 
game Stevens' method of attack some- 
what baffled the borne quintet. It 
looked for a time as if Aggie was no 
match for the speedy opponents, who 
went off the Moor after the first half, 
with the score 25-8 in their favor; but 
evidently there was no discouragement 
among the Aggie players. 

The attention of the spectators was 
held during the halves by a mascot of 
the visiting team, giving an exhibition 
of real basket shooting. 

The Aggie team showed up in real 

fashion as « ae Ibg whistle blew for 

tbe second half, and at (he end of the 
game, had added twelve points to her 
credit, while Stevens scored but four- 
teen points. 

Tbe visitors on the other hand I..-- 
came confident of victory during the 
first half of tbe game, and were them- 
selves surprised at tbe spirit tbe Aggie 
lean showed, and at their come-back in 
tbe latter half. 

Kuril and Carlson featured for the 
visitors, the former scoring fifteen 
points aud tbe latter ten; while Pond 
and Gowdy starred for Aggie. The vis- 
iting squad brought seven letter men 
with then, five of whom were on tbe 
team laal year. 

The Stevens team gave tbe beat all 
round exl.il, ition of basketball shown 
here this year. The line-up:— « 





s. 


r. i*u. 


Baiemaa, If 


8 


1 7 


Daly, If 





l 1 


Kuril, rf 


4 


7 11 


Hlgley . if 


1 


t 


Carlson, c 


1 


10 


Provost, c 








Kgger, II. 





t 


Both, rb 


1 


4 


lit mi., rf 


• 





Total 


IB 

M. A, C, 


9 m 




O. 


r. Ms. 


Gowdy, n 


• 


o e 


Leaf, Sled man, 


1* o 





Thompson, e 


1 


t 


Pond.rt 


t 


1 7 


Grayson, If 


1 


• 


Total 


1 


f 1ft 


Referee— awsflSsid. Time* 


-10 ■(•ate 


periods. 







All H hurt Course students including 
two-year men are now wearing buttons 
with M. A, ('., S. C. on them which 
serve to show their identity and distin- 
guish them from tbe regular four-year 
■Indents. 



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RENSSELAER GAME 

Continued from page i 



lug this period the Maroon and White 
defence frustrated all attempts of tbe 
rival forward to break through and 
took the ball away when it came into 
their half of tbe court time after time. 

The second half was similar to the 
lirst in the opening ten minutes, and 
then, as Rensselaer began to draw close 
they started to rough thing's up. Five 
minutes before the end of tbe game 
Aggie was one point behind. At this 
point A. W. Smith, was put into the 
game in place of Grayson, who bad 
been ruled out on personal fouls, was 
called upon to shoot from foul, and he 
connected, tying tbe score. About one 
minute before tbe final whistle Pond 
scored the winning basket, a long shot 
from just beyond mid-court. 

Tbe team play and defensive work of 
the M. A. C. five was first class through- 
out, and they put up a superior brand 
of basketball. Every man on the team 
scored, tieban excelled for Rensselaer. 

The lineup: 

m. a. c. 



Prof. Hart Invited. 
Professor Hart has been invited by 
the board of overseers of Harvard Uni- 
versity to be a guest at a dinner Feb. 
17, which is given in commemoration of 
(he establishment of tbe Graduate 
School of Education in Harvard Uni- 
versity. The new school will be in 
effect tbe reorganization and enlarge- 
ment of the course given in education 
in the University. It will have a sepa- 
rate faculty and will offer tbe degrees 
of master aud doctor upon tbe recom- 
mendation of its faculty. The initial 

resources of the school will be an en- 
dowment of two million dollars. Tbe 
various donations will be merged as tbe 
Charles William Eliot Fund of tbe Grad- 
uate School of Education. 





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Score al half time -M. A. C— 12, R. 
P.I.—8. Referee— Graham. Umpire— 
McAffer. Timer— Sweet. Scorers— Cam- 
bell and Baldwin, Time— 20 minute 
halves. 



David Piske cx-'22 was on the campus 
last week. He is now al Boston Uni- 
versity. 



DE LAVAL 

the world's cream saver 



Thousands of De Laval Cream Sep- 
arators have been sold to young peo- 
ple just beginning to run a farm, be- 
cause a father or friend wanted to 
see them start right. 

Tbe older people know from expe* 
rience that tbe De Laval skims clean- 
er, runs easier and lasts longer. They 
also remember tbe service they have 
always received from the De Laval 
Company and its agents. 

The superiority of tbe De Laval and 
the uninterrupted service back of ll 
are responsible for tbe fact that there 
are more De Lavals in use than of all 
other makes combined. 

Any lime hi a good time to buy a 
De (.aval Cream Separator— to start 
saving cream, aa well aa time and 
energy. 



If *oo want I* "start rs|U, H see nearest 
De l jl vai ageM. If > ■••!! do not know bis 
■asM, write to nearest De Laval offre, 



THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY 



166 Broadway 

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> R. Madison 81 . SI Bests at, 
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Niioe Store 

(Between the Banks) 



Brown and Black Nobby Spring Oxfords 



MOST men prefer the pipe to any outer farm of smoking. 
There's comfort , contentment, real satisfaction and 
economy in a Rood pipe. WDC Pipes give yon this, and 
more. A special seasoning process makes the genuine French 
briar bowl break in tweet and mellow, Pick a good shape 
at your nearest dealer's, at jntr price. 

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WOBLO'S LARGEST MAKERS OW PINS PIPES 




CAMPION'S GREAT SALE ! 

20 Fur CoatS $13.75, $15.75 Regular Price $20.00 and $25.00 

A few Overcoats, Regular Prices were $35.00, $40.00, Sale Prices $19.50, $24.50 
AT CAMPION'S COLLEGE STORE: 



CAMPUS NOTES 

The (?. T. V. Fraternity held an im- 
promptu house dance last Saturday 
evening, with dancing from 7-80 to 11-80. 
Ten couples were present and the party I 
was chaperoned by Professor and Mrn. 
i:,.liliiiiK,anil Mr. and Mrs. I'errlu. Dav- 
enport and Mitchell furnished tbe 
music. 

Clarence Lea Taylor ''iri of Jamaica 
Plain, and Francis Shea '28 of Holyoke 
have recently pledged Kappa tiiunma 
Phi fraternity. 

Coach Mansell and Captain Crafts of 
i be lioekey team have both been ordered 
li<une by t he doctors to recuperate from 
a recent attack of I lie grip. Moth left 
Monday. 

This year (he custom baa been in- 
augurated of taking care of members of 
visiting athletic teams at the various 
traternlty bouses and a aobeme has 
been devised by tbe Interfralernlty 
(onfereuce whereby each fraternity will 
have a certain quota. This will also 
apply to visiting Freshmen opponents 
in ibe hope of Inducing them to come 
io Aggie In tbe future. 

The Chemistry Club trip which was 
-i-lo'iiuicil for Friday, Jan. 80, has been 
postponed in accordance with tbe re- 
quests! the Amherst Hoard of Health 
ihai students should not leave town 
unless on urgent business because of 
the influenza epidemic. The postpone- 
ment is a severe disappointment to tbe 
■io or more chemists who bad already 
signed up for tbe excursion. 
Show Tryouts. 

There will be tryouts lor places In 
the cast of the From Show Thursday at 
7 -30 in the Old Chapel. Tbe play is en- 
titled "Nothing but the Truth." 
Cutting '08 Speaks. 

The Aral meeting of the Agricultural 
Kconnmies Club waa held on Tuesday, 
Jan. 27. Meetings will be held every 
m'.'.iimI and fourth Tuesday each month. 
M ibis last meeting HoyC. Culling fJP, 
general manager of the Boston sales 
force «f the guaker Oats Company gave 
a taik on salesmanship. There were 
shoot 40 men present at tbe meeting. 
Treadway Coming 

The speaker In Assembly. Wednes- 
day Feb. 11, will be Congressman Allen 
T, Treadway. Mr. Treadway was born 
In htork bridge, in 1M67, and was elected 
Senator In 1BW. During 1WB1911 he 
was president of the Senate. He was a 
member of the SM-Mth Congress (IBIS. 
MH where be re pre s en ted tbe First 
Massachusetts District. 

I tal i»n Club Formed 

Tie Italian members of the student 
f«riy naited last Thursday evening to 
t.irm the Italian Club. The object of 
this club Is to teaeh lie members to 
read, write, and eonvetse In Italian. 
Weekly meetings are I o be held. Cart 
lorio, who has studied Italian for two 
years, baa already put Ibe other two 
meralier* of the elmh to work. It was 
found necessary to establish Ibis club 
became the Italian students were for- 
if citing their native tongue entirety. 
Mini it only when home o» an eosa- 
■loaai vacation. 



Freehof to Speak. 
At a meeting of tbe Menorab Society, 
held in the Entomology Building Jan. 
27, Professor Freebof, Hebrew Union 
College of Cinncinatl was the speaker. 
After his talk, an open forum was held. 
Dr. Drachsler of Smith College will ad- 
dress the Society Tuesday evening, Feb- 
rurry 10 His subject will be "Tbe Mod- 
ern History of the Jews." 

Nowers Cheer-Leader. 

The Two- Year students held a 
meeting in the Social Union rooms on 
Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 5-00 p. m. The 
matter of having a student social In tbe 
near future was discussed. It was de- 
cided to postpone tbe wearing of class 
pins until next year. It. C. Nowers waa 
elected official cheer-leader. President 
I ...onier asked that all tbe men should 
try to work up some class cheers. The 
meeting adjourned al 5-46 p. m. No 
special date has beea decided upon for 
the next meeting. 

Mew Exotic Plants. 

The Botany Department haa re- 
cently purchased a small collection of 
exotic plants for use in connection with 
clasawtirk. The collection will be main- 
tained in Hie department green bouses, 
and It is hoped (hat it will be enlarged 
from time to lime as funds become 
available. The collection will be of 
considerable value In supplying types to 
lllusirale various features of plant life 
not ordinarily represented by our native 
plants. One of (he interesting features 
or tbe collection is a number of insec- 
tivorous plants such as the sundew, 
pluliei plants, ami fly trap which Will 
be maintained in an artificial bog. 
There Is also a small banyan tree which 
is Is I he only specimen of (he tree on 
Ibe campus. A specimen of tbe most 
ancient type of fern which is native to 
Australian another Interesting men 
of the collection. 



THE NEW M. A, G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's Office— $1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 



Deuel's Drug Store 



ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Bator Blades 



RIFLE TEAM DEFEATED 

The Boston Rifle and Revolver Club 
Wine 404-470 Match from 
MAO. 

In the Hide Match held Jan.31.ih,. M, 
A. ft MM team was defeated by the 
Boston Bine and Bevolver eJah by a 
score of IW4-47A TUtaon and Lambert 
made seme very good score* although 
the team (n general waa not up to its 
nsual standard. Tbe Boston Rifle and 
Bevolver dab dW some very good shott- 
ing. Soul her making a perfect seen and 
Brace and (Hbbnns both billing a « 



The neat match will be with (he 
Harvard tSifle club and will take place 
place Feb, 14. These matebea are pre- 
liminaries before the Intercollegiate 
matches 



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Fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

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Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 3, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 3, 1920. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 



BOARD OF EDITORS. 

.UmkkC. MAri.KH '20. Editor-in-chief 
John A. OiAWFoRii 'ao. Managing Editor 



Asbociatk Editors. 
Gkoboe B. WOOllWAttD *20, 

(iK.OKOK W.-EllMAN '31, 
ItoHKRT I.. .loNKB *21 

i.awrkni'r p. Marti > 1H 
Kk.nnbth A. Barnard 'K 

HoHART W. SlUISli "tZ 

Bf.i.mnu K. Jackbox *V 



I'.i -iM-- Department. 

< . i-..i:..i M < v M I- li ( I c '». Business Manager 
Ghisk A. smi i ii H i0, Advertising Manager 
Hkrbkrt L. User *2I, Circulation Manager 



Subscription 12.00 per year. Single 
copies, 10 cents. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 



Entered as ■•ron<1-r Ism matter at the Amherst 
Poet Office. Accepted fur malting at «i»ectal 
rate of noatage tirnviried for In section l in,".. Act 
of October. 1W 7 authorized Auguat 20. 1»18. 



Cavalry Detachment. 
The appropriation of flft.noo for a 
new stable was approved by the Gov- 
ernor last week, and aaanres the estab- 
lishment of a cavalry unit at M. A. C. 
The college Is now in a position to 
accept the War Department's offer to 
furnish :ia horses, all the necessary 
equipment, forage for the animal*, and 
a detachment of i:t men to take care of 

t hem. 

The Introduction of cavalry drill by 
the military department will, no doubt, 
stimulate a much greater interest in 
the "Amy life" on the campus. It 
will not only serve as a splendid form 
of physical exercise for the students, 
Inn will in all probability attract a 
good many prospective Freshman, 
Also the instruction given in Animal 
Husbandry and Veterinary .Science 
sbonld be greatly helped by having a 
detachment of cavalry horses kept at 
the college. 

The college is i ndeed fortunate in 
having this item in the budget approved 
and we earnestly hope that the other 
Items so sorely needed will receive sim- 
ilar approval. 



A Standard Schedule. 

President Hiilierueld slated lis his 
annual report that the policy of the 
college should be restated and the 
aims, purposes, and methods careful Ij 
set down on paper, This statement 
was reiterated at (be banquet in Draper 
Halt during the Alumni Re. union. 

There to one potter affecting (he at a* 
dents very directly winch might well l»e 
changed. That Is the custom of chang- 
ing the lem acbednlea every year, add- 
ing new courses, dropping others, and 
trantpoaing the period* in which these 
elaescM come 

Under the present system. It U Impos- 
sible for a student in plan the work of 
bis college course hi ad nm-p. He can- 
mil plan it for two years, nor even fur a 
dingle term ahead, due lo the changes 
and delays in Doming the schedules. 
Al present a man cannot plan out his 
studies even after he starts In his major 
work, A student may lake np a eon no* 
which It eottseeuilve for two terns and 
be con front td, al the beginning of the 



second term, with the choice of either 
changing his major or dropping the 
course because of unforseen conflicts in 
the schedule. .Such HUM have come up 
several times. 

The most undesirable feature of the 
present system brought about by not 
having ;i standard schedule is the fact 
thai a student will pick out the courses 
required for bit major and then finding 
that he caunol lake the other subjects 
in which lie is interested, "tills in" his 
schedule with any course which will 
give him the required number of credits. 
The result is that he looks around for 
some ''snap" courses and devotes the 
minimum amount of time in their prep- 
aration. He gains practically nothing 
from such courses and iiis time is largely 
wasted. It would he far belter to cut 
ilow u ou the number of required credits 
and insist on more preparation for the 
remaining courses in which the student 
lakes a real interest. When the student 
conies to graduaie, he finds several very 
good courses which lie was absolutely 
unable to get simply because of conilicts 
in the schedule. It is conceded that as 
the college grows this will he eliminated 
to some extent because of the greater 
number of sections which the increased 
si/.e of the classes will necessitate. 
However, that does not do away with 
the injustice of the present system. 
The number ot new courses introduced 
could he cut down in some cases by in- 
corporating the material in some course 
already offered. 

I.i us have one standard schedule 
for each t el tit and an enable a student 
to plan his work in advance. 



FAST GAMES IN CLASS 

BASKETBALL SERIES 

en Stave oil Senior Bally 
and Win 30- 15. Juniora 
Win 38 13. 



A good exhibition of basketball 
seen al the Drill Hall Friday night, 
Jan. an, when the Kreshman class 
team defeated the Seniors by the score 
of SD— 15. Both teams bad good learn 
work, coupled with stellar defense, and 
the game was fast from start to finish. 
Marshtnan '23, started the scoring wlih 
a double-counter, and Alexander scored 
a free try, Batchelder and Crowe earns 
back wl.h fioor-baskeis for "ao. but the 
Freshmen soon gained the lead and 
kept It despite the Seniors* spun t in 
the final half, Batchelder and l^throp 
-ho«ed feet work for *S0, while much 
credit was due to Hunter sta.who broke 
up play after play of the Seniors, The 
feature of the second half was the pass- 
ing of Marahman and the tine shooting 
of Ileal, with five floor- bask els to his 
credit. 

The eonlesi between the Junior* and 
the twnyear.mea resulted In a decisive 
victory tor 'il to the score of 3M-13. The 
two year men put up a s crappy game, 
bin lacked ability ia passing and team 
work. The first and best basket of the 
game was a long shot from the middle 
of the Boor by Keadlo 11. Soon the 
Juniors piled up eleven points to their 
opponent*' 0. and from this time on the 
o u 1 1 1 on e of t he game was never In don hi, 
tilmrd ami b ootnet %SX'., did good work 
for their team especially la shooting. 
Caaclo and Davis 'fH.abjo showed •farad - 
Ing ability, each with seven basket* to 
hi* credit, while Brlgfaam 11 helped to 
keep his opponents' score down by his 
nr»trla»s defense work. 



Hi. Miss F.thel Harris to leaching in 
Wen fa am. 



CHALLENGE OF WORLD OBLI- 
GATIONS THROWN OUT. 



Maples '20, Reports On Des Moines 
Conference. 

American Missionary work must be 
pushed as never before in foreign coun- 
tries. We helped them during the 
world war with our contributions of 
food and clothing. Now shall we leave 
them ,in the lurch'.' Tins was one of 
the many impressions which Maples 
'20 got al the" student missionary con- 
ference, held at Des Moines, Iowa, and 
which he passed on to the student body 
at Chapel, Friday morning, Jan, 80. 

The conference was made up of 7,000 
men and women from all colleges of this 
country, and from forty foreign nations. 
The services were very impressive, es- 
pecially the hymns sung by the whole 
body. The great auditorium resounded 
with cheers of the various sections, 
and banners were displayed all over tbe 
hall. 

There were two ser\ ices a day, In tbe 
morning and evening. During the rest 
of the time, parties of delegates met in 
(he various churches, to discuss topics 
of importance, and to listen to speakers 
like Mr. Sam Higgiubotfoin, whom our 
delegates beard there. Tfae Aggie men 
also invited several speakers to dine 
with them, and thus got better ac- 
quainted with then. 

The conference wss really a recruiting 
agency for foreign missions. Us pur- 
pose was to present tfae world needs, 
and to challenge students to the im- 
mense task ahead of this country in 
mlsionary work. The poor condition 
and the practical needs ol countries 
like India were brought before the con 
leieme by foreign missionaries, who 
left vivid impressions with every dele- 
gate present. 



The Stamp of Approval 

placed by tbe Agricultural Colleges 
of the United States and Canada upon 

^M. IWfrr iTT fT a ^^IsaW 



is a convincing testimonial to its use* 
quailed ability to maintain whole- 
some .sweel and sanitary cleanliness In 
all departments of dairy production. 

Wyandotte Hairy man's Cleaner and 
Cleanser not only cleans, but cleans 
thoroughly, quickly and clean. Its 
use applies to milking machine*, sep- 
arators, rant and general dairy equip- 
ment. Moraow,hnin«frwfWHi caus- 
tic. Ilme.or any soapy or greasy Ingre- 
dient, It rinses easily, leaving no film 
to affect the qualify of milk product, 

Indian In dr. te 




Order this economical 
den user from roar sup- 
ply house. 

It titans clean. 



In everr 



The J. B, Ford Co., Bote Mnfrt,, Wrau- 
dotte, Mich. 




Luck's out of the window when com- 
mon sense enters tbe door! 

Moneybaek says so. 

Our clothes for college men are made 
the best we know how. We are our 
own manufacturers. 

Our hats, shoes, fixings and sporting 
goods, while the product of somebody 
else's manufacture, are all of a quality 
worthy of our name. 

You simply can't gel muck ! 

Roc.kks Pp.rt Company 



Broadway 


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at Warren 


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"OWN HALL. 

Douglas Fairbanks 

"His Majesty the 
American" 2£ 

Friday 




OLIVE THOMAS ffi&Stf 

—IN 

"Pndtttc or Broadway" 



■ ag i ta te " 



Pettigrews Girl" 

I ststr of cfannn etrl lite. 



Wei! WellU All Dressed Up! 

When did yen set the 



HAT and NEW SHOES? 



Mm ' They are tfae same OLD OVF>' 
If you don't believe me. visit tfae 



Shoe Shining Parlor 

13 Amity Street. 




And Ob, i can't mention all an d 
there you are. That's bow I am all 
dressed up. 

That's fine. Thank yon, 1*11 go 
there too, right now. 

Waff a second and we'll go to- 
gether. 



I.H.IIT NOW, BETWEEN SEASONS 




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mrnni of IMu) ;ii i he I riuer.lty of 
i*«nn»ypr«0!a. I'Btl&Oeiphia. 



PROFIT by the lesson of the pnsi year, the scarcity of good clothing 
iumI continued advance in prices. See our line of overcoats mill 
suits with extru trousers. Thut "spur*'" shores the wenr. Also odd 
trousers in stfiple patterns. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE'S RECORD 

IN BASKETBALL GOOD 

M. A, 0. Team Looks Foiward lo 
Hard Fight Next Saturday, 

.Saturday niglil the fast Aggie ijuln- 
lei will journey lo I'm ham, N. II. to 
play against the team representing M, 
li Sale. 

Thus far New Hampshire baa had a 
fairly successful season. They have 
defeated Portland A. <*. iiii-U'i. Ibwtoii 
I diversity S6 I'.', and TuftS 8£-2ft. .Set- 
backs have been received iloin Portland 
\, (,'_'4 >SS, and from tba W, P. I 3 I IB, 
Una shows that t lie (i rani 1 1 State nam 
tin* no Mean scoring ability and that 
i iierr backs ate hoidlnu the opposinn 
forward*) down pretty well. 

Iluili rand l'en\ ere playing forward, 
duller is showing the best fotni «t an> 
man on the team, lie i« H \< u-ian <d 
• ral seasons, Pelt) is also I fan I 
man and tosses some "I the iouls, 
< 'rain and Anderson are alternating al 
..liter. \iidi-isoti is a Vc'clan Hi 

has played especially aell lu tbe last 

lew games. lie scored *i\ n baskets 

against Tufts, Captain l»avi«, and \ i- 
k ins are playing the two guard positions, 
Davis is showing hla ability for shoot* 
int' ioiils this year, lie shot IX I 
attains It. I". and is eredited v.iih II 
baskets. The team i« last aii'l should 
■ho* a line brand of playing against 
the M.A.f . team Saturday . 

The Aggie team under loaih liray» 

fc.ii i* playing well now, li«r latest 
.mwwK.lM.iil Troy bust Nuiur- 
dav, making the fourth victory of the 
Mp*Min, The fast work ol Pond was 
Iirgely responsible for the resulting in- 
17 score in New Vork Ntatp. fiowd) bj 
al-M plnyinu espertally well on llu 

lettse. [fe scored iii« 1 1 r « t banket of the 
y-far last ftainrday, 
TIib game pr omises to be clone and 

Interesting. With Imth teams in i.,ridi- 

Um fbe result might be aafrly said t<> 

lm% ioss-up. 

MOVIES RESUMED BY SOCIAL 
UNION MANAGEMENT 

*irst Moviea for Two Years Prowe 

•oceeaa. "Sport log I*ife n 

Shown. 

\ very iniFreaUngand deiigbtfiil prt. 

cram wan presented [bis «t>ek by (he 

al I iiloii HUiltwrtlieit Iri i tie laitiii ol 

ion pieiuren uivi-n last Saturday In 

the Bowker Auditorium, Btockbridge 

"Jifiortlng IMe" a Paramoum photo- 
dmmt wm shown Hrst, The plof .d ilin 
«i«fy ntnsisfed of the villain tryiDgto 
»nt ihe hero from rnniilHg his price 
•inning bone, Lady i#ow, at it 
Ib»w b* i« foiled in the attempt »nd 

h»«w rhe horse Wins Ihe no . 

• i on the si. 1 tea n b> thi 
imp!i» 

• I, I Hie Wliie Are Y«nt?'* iii 
i ^••iirittl .iiniedy wlileil ki*pt the 

«■ in a ronttnuotM uproar of 
' ■' It eentered around a balh- 

'•■- <Ti and i .ii ■ pe i p n n nef 

»*ry»g rrnm rau it» iflrl* in itfttbing 



PROF. ELDER ADVOCATES 

THE PURE BLOODED BULL 

Grade Cows May be Used to Stitrt a 
Herd. 



Ho- \ni.,.al Husbandry club held n ls ,,„,. „, the opening of the west, and 
meeting on January », at Stockbridge „, itl( |„H.nal derelopenient. Very little 
rhesimakei was Mr, Klder fr WM ,,,„„, in ,i,e east until recentb lo 



iboiit dnlring in general and tben in par- though) that the Indaatrin had been 

unjiisiiy eriti/.ed lor taking men from 

the firms, lieeause if I hey had imi 
developed Ihe eitii's there Would not he 
sued a big market for dairy products. 

rnlte large numbes, but latelj herds j Increased freigbl ratea make it inpoa. 
and Hocks have been decreasing. Tbisjaible im the Weal to compete wiih the 

East. 



(iiiiial alioni (he held al the Ml. 
Ilei iiiiui Si iiiiul, 

Nen Knglaud was formerly a great 
dairy, section and sheep were laisrd in 



the Mi. Ihi iiiiui School. II 



Bspogellrsf build up g I dairy herds. Mr. Klile 



Condi I ions are very favorable to Ihe 
small dairy farmer who ran produce 
his own main and fodder. The huge 




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"pLl'CTRIClTY baa leveled out 
E* I ,r.#nt»l Divide, The 

Mcvni i i e, marvelous as it is 

afl#r m ft mat f of di n slupuunt) «-»n- 
( the prtMMiiit demands for 
n fscUitiea, Its sUctnc 
riv«I hw proved to be far superior 

On the mountain divieiooa of the 

Chifmgo, Milwaukee A gt, farf 

R»il»»iy— the worbfli greatest elec- 

i . — gisnt electric locomotives 

itmimy lid an ever increasing freight 

tnnnttgp ov»r tb« mile-high Rockies 

and ate make traveling clean and 

i ■.-ibl*. Tb#y^!imj» the ahnn. 

of diMant waterfftlla and 

then, l.y relyrnhag aosM of this 

powsr to the troiity, ssfely brake the 

train* on d#se»nding grades. And 

their mj»abiiiti«» arc mat impaired 

by •scseatTefy cold weaih w when the 

engine is frosen and 



Electricity la the 
drives tba trains of New York City's 
subway and elevated system*. It 
operates the locks and tows tha ah if* 
through the Panama Canal, It pro 
pels the Navy's latest super «dresd 
naught, the ftmm Jtaxree. Kl-ctn. 
mine locomotives have replaced the 
slow- mo vl ng male end«ihe*eh*cMe 
lulu m< ibtle has also c r» tn« to do an i n i - 
portant ser vite. Sue n s« hie vetnent . 
were mada possible by the extensive 
research and manufacturing act i vines 
of tba Oenersl Klecttk Company, 

Elenricity tea bacoms tbe universal 
motive power. It has contributed 
emcieocy and eotnfott to every fern 
of transpof tation servica and in this 
•volution General Electric apparatus 
has played a large pan — from 
mighty electric locomotives to 
the tiny lamp for lbs aul 









lectric 



ompany ar^ 




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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 3, 1920. 



farmere can not gel enough labor. 



Imi-ii greatly Improved l»y i he enlll 
mil of I he poorer animai*. At the 
present time there is practically DO 
field (hat otters such an opportunity as 
;!,, .!. v. !,.j,i ion! lit adalrj herd 

ll is usually lhoiiu r ht I hut t lit- milk 
distributors charge loo much, but an 
in .csijiratitin shows thai I hey make i»ul> 
halt' a cent on a quart. This is <liH' to 
I In- large wage* ihat (hi- drivers net ami 
to i be general lurk of system In distrib- 
Utlng. 

The dovelopuineut of the Ml. Ilermoit 
dairy herd began ill HUB wilh a lotuidn- 
Lion herd of lifteen ilolstein eaiile. 
This hieeil was ehoseu heeause il was 
quieter ami i he si uileuls roiiltl handle 
It better. From one of Iheir greatest 
e..v\- Spring Brook Ctoiuelle ami tier 
three sous can be traced is" ,-,,ws ami 
■JS.| hulls. A boll had to be imported 
Il'olil olliside ltecall-e Ids animals 9 etc 
gelling loo refined. 

A man starting to build a herd should 
-.an \\ iih grades and a pure bred bull, 
iind ilevtdope bis herd from them. In 
order (o make good with cadic . a man 
must be a e t ,ot| judge of cattle and a 
good judge ,,| men. He ha- got In like 
animals and has got in stand diaappotnt- 
menl. He musl feed lis annuals well 

because growth is ■HentfaL 

\ticr Mr. Klder spoke there were re- 
poiis given by Mr, Thayer and Mr. 
I'en> on articles from i he < mmmtrg *.»-#<. 
Ilfiiitii ami 1mm lhmr<l * hairy num. 

Al Ihe tlcM Hireling repuTlN troiu 

member* of tbe clnh on articles from 

other paper* will be re.nl. 

CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Tiirusi»A\ . Ki n. I 
m I. ■ i me b_> Itr.lt.lt m erky 

hi oek bridge Hall. 
M (hemisir> i lab meeting in 

t hemisli v Building. 
M, -lnterdass basketball I 

IfBM Vs. Htto. Ifeiti vs, | yt n 

Kuil'Al, Flit •'.. 

m. (Impel. 

\t. Special Assembly, speaker, 
II. .ii. .1. Still Wilson, 
H \ ii hi. \ > Ii i , 7. 

m, Hockey: lt.Mis«e!aer v». M, 
A. I ..lit ,.II.- U i- Pond, 15a* 
keihalli N. II Male *», M. 
\. ( in Durham, V. II Wil- 
listoii vs. ■> vrar In hast- 
haniploii. Belay Mate. M, 
A. C, V». New Hampshire 
Mate. MeiliaiilcM |lu tiding. 
Hioiiiii. 

M l.e.tlire b> (he iinH.,1, BIIH 

WiUoii in Sli«fcbrWie Mall. 

M «IH\ . Ft Ii. x. 
m, ( Impel. >|.eiikci ; Mr. 
Alfred I.. Stearin of Phillip* 
Academy, \ndover, 

XoffJJAV, Kni 9, 

H. Chapel 

Wkom «i> \ \ Ft ii 11. 

H, Awtwrubh. speiiket: (on- 
greimmaii Allen T. Tread way 
ot Washington, lit 

m Animal Husbandly meet- 
ing, muckbtidge Halt, 
Hockeys Dartmouth vs M. 
A. fJ, In Hanover, N. It. 



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A ml ntlier jjood tiling! to eat. 

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Null hametiiii , , Mi". 

60LDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where the I lest 

PHOTO-PLAY 
FEATURES . . . 

Are !»ltott n. 

Program changed daily except Monday 
and Tuesday. 

PKKJJ'K i'. r.Ki.MiiM. Manager, 



S. S. HYDE 

jeweler <iai<l ( »pl ic-ll n ■ 

la I'leanatit >tieet 



Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 
Bioken Lenses A 



Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly and Skilfully Done 

Kaiisf.tethm Q ua ra n t et xl 
MARSH'S SANITARY 

Students' Furniture 



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— k. ii ma mm ton. \ 1 1 

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3-in p. 

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Students' Appliam 



IY & FAY, Electricians 



No Matter 

How Perfect 
Your At 



Vi.iir a|.|i« iirame Ib iiuirrei! tttttow $am% 

Footwear is Corrert 
E. M. BOLLES 

The place to % o for College Shoes 



•it, iJiehiir.r W Niiiith i-i wiihtlii- 

.ler,.Hie H. mm ^ee.I * I 

\. V. Mill* li.iii-erii (• 
BO.tMII acre* In ¥Pgctit!*}i' wpiU, ami 
him lateh !. • - ■ rl ;« large IToti 
trade in Km<. : . I.. Boatb America, 
Smith l«t leader of a 1»..\ H,...in Iroojianil 
j» B#pretarj «>t die • Maxt»n t *« *«• r 

(B4 ol the -Sim ii. an i i 



rHE home: 

of Aggie Men 

IK 

SPBINGFLELD 

IS 

otel Worthy 

in for a meal or over 
night. 



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P.M. Thompson & Son 



We are now represented at 
M. A. C. by the College Store. 
Our sales slips are good for 2 
per cent on an}' purchase that 
you make there. 

This means a saving for you 
and extra busine-s for us. 

Still plenty n! those Leather 
and Sheepskin Coats. Don't 
wait until the cold weather is 
all over before you get yours. 



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Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes 




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FRATERNITY RACES RESULTS 



Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Sigma 

Kappa Victors. Spiked Shoes 

Worn. 

Ihe second series of the interfratern- 
iiv relay raees was held tin Thursday 
Jan. 20. The race between Kappa 
Sigma vs. Alpha (iainina lthu was p.isi- 
|.,iiii(l. Phi Sigma Kappa ran agalltal 
Q, T. V. aud won by a wide margin. 
Ihe race between Lambda (hi Alpha 
ami Alpha Siuina I'hi was nol so one- 
siileil as the lirst, Lambda Chi Alpha 
ginning by a short distance. 

By a new ruling of ihe fraternity con- 
ference man ago T runners are now al- 
loWfld to wear spiked shoes. 

Vesterday's laces were as follows; 

Kappa Sigma defeated Q, T. V. time 

nut liken. 
The standings to date are a- follows 



a! 
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Won 


l.o.l 


i 


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2 


I) 


l.UCM) 


Alpha fJamma Itho 


1 


(1 


1 .000 


Kappa Sigma 


1 





l.(MR) 


Kappa Qamma i'hi 


1 





1 hoi' 


Siifiiia i'hi Kpsilon 


1 





1.000 


Itmlida Chi Alpha 


1 


1 


.51 Ml 


Tlteta Chi 





1 


.000 


Alpha bigma I'hi 





1 


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g i . v. 





1 


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ALUMNI NEWS 

'7c. — Il will probably he of interest 
to the many friends of Dr. F. Tucker- 
man to learn that he is on Ihe road to 
recovery, after a serious attack of pneu- 
monia (at his home «m College Street, 
Amherst ) 

•u§.-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gardner an- 
nouoee tbe arrival on January thir- 
Uenth of John Joseph, Jr. 

TO.-.I. N. Kverson of 2212 Jefferson 
vreni,, savannah, (Ja., la the proud (KM 
MM« of three daugblers, lie is em- 
(tloyexl as Chief Chemist for the c.-n 
[iraliif (ietjrgia Kail road. 

'U. -1". V. Plukard is with tbe Ihiw- 
ker • Iiiaeetielde and Fungicide Co., at 
iBoKiun. 

11-Uoward P.GUmore ladirectnrof 

Hi.- 1'ittslleld Poultry farms c..m|mnj 
|«f UolliHtoD and vVeatboro. This con 
mm is running the largest chick hatch 
ftrj in ihe world. Orer40farm* are un- 
-i.irael to help maintain a weekly 
ago! Ki.unu eggs. Day-obi clucks 
km specialty. These are produced in 
popular breeds; Rhode Island 
iiiiiK. Harred and White Plymouth 
Kisk^ white I#gborn«, and White 
pVv,un|oltes, 

l*-~-T. J. Moreno's address Is; Mar- 

ri-'t. Hnilding, Chieauo. Illinois. Care 

•n B rican Park Bnildert Ataoclatton. 

18. H, Stanley Leonard is construe- 

i.reman for a concern that is hand- 

I i»b m mi h large road oonBlroetkm jolis. 

»"• s-Wresa is 814 Shawnee Path. Akron, 

['Mi... 

T1.-C. E.Cristman «•( l«i N'nrtb Maple 
tr^i, Florence, Mass., la Agricultural 
tor of the Smith Agricultural 
Northampton, 

i, S, Carver. Is head of ibe 

"Oltry IJepanment at the Kane* 

Mbit Agricultural School. He |„ 

*• Poultry Specialist for the Farm 

****« and Supervis.ir of the K»se* 

Keg-faying and CoBtest Breed - 



'14.— W. T. Baker is with the Ply- 
mouth County Farm Bureau al Brocton. 

'lf». — A. Johnson anil R, Kiuy '10 ate 
employed by the Fisk I ; 1 1 1 > I >< r Co., at 
Springtield. 

US.— Mr. and .Mrs. It. P. llotis, of 
Miibiletown, Delaware, announce the 

arrival of a daughter, Carolyn Elisa- 
beth, on January 11, 1020. 

'ItS. A. L. Cue, who had a severe 
tact of inlliien/a while in France 
spending the winter in Florida to 
cover his healt h. 

'Ki. — Mr. and Mrs. Edward II. Weir 

announce the marriage of their daugh- 
ter, Margaret Anne, to Notuian Bunnell 
Clark on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 17, 

at Peoria, 111. 

lo. Benjamin c. L. Sander, who 

was married lasl December, is now lo- 
cated ai Mlddleboro. 

*lfl. — William Genua is now a in-i 
lieutenant in the army. 

'10. Dwight F ISarnes is now located 
at 140 Newton si,, Melrose, and i,- work 
lug with the Melrose Highland! Knto- 
mologlen) Lahoratoi s 

'10. — tL A. N'ewton is farming in Dm 
ham. Conn., and is Leetureroi the Dur 

ham Grange, No. fi7, 

'17. — A. n. Kinsman aiinotimes il,, 

recent arrival of a son, Aided Williams. 
Mr. Kinsman is now oeottpied as herds- 
man for the Mbautonl Farms. faiiiplon, 
N. II. 

'lx Francis C. IlarlH.ur, Buckvllle, 
Conn . after nearly two years in ihe i | 
vice i>* now running a 4o sere farm in 
Vernon Center, Conn. 

18.— Krnie Bitter was back for a 
short visit last we«k. He is maaagW ol 
the Co-operative Exchange and Page 
Demonstration Farms, tlardwlek. 

*1M.—W. 1. Uirlng has taken a posi- 
tion st 11 ad ley ai a teacher of agrlcul 
ture. at a salary of #2.tMH). He «n. 
eced a E. J. Burke io. who is now as- 
sisiing in the Inatriicllon ot Federal 
Board men al this college. 

Kx'l«. J. C. Powell in attending 
Dart mouth. 

'1P.~— An announcement has hewn n 
eeived of the marriage of Mist Bttth D. 
Blancbard and Mr. A. I. White m 
January 1. BW0, at IJiiwimmI, 



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Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

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«»« College, where be will b» B n. 
«« in doing a little farming on the 



DEPARTMENT NOTES 

Landscape Men Active. 

Laal week Professor VVaugb ai the 
Laadt»eane Department, went in t'olum 

bn«. Ohio, to speak at (ho "Farn 

Week"* at Ohio 8t ate rniverslty. \l I 

4,000 attended thla convention, among 
whom Professor Watigb met several 
Aggie men. 

The Landscape fJaritening cIrsi, as 
part of iiH work, is making survey* and 
drawingfl for the Amberaf town plan- 
ning Inward. 

Mr. Bremer \V. Pond, a welbknown 
lamlKc.i|ie architect ot Ibtsion, has ioen 
engaged mm the speaker at tbe nemt 
meeting of the Landscape < lub. 

Addreaaea 0. V. O A. 

ProfeaaoT Machmer will add ren* the 
Conneeilenl Vegetable ».rowem Aaa» 
eiaiion at llanlord oiiTtiewiav. Feb. |(i. 
His subject will be "The Market;, of 

ftfaasftcfeuaettig DurifijiihB Pan Vear." 
New Spraying Machine. 
The Pomology Deparimenl ha* just 
received B new y,|i-ii|r , rie sprnviuif oUf- 

iit from ihe tlayea 1*1 am and Planter 

ifiativ. "I Ii i- will be used a« a de- 

monatration iprayer i»y the «|irinu 
classes in ■praying. The Niagara 
Sprayer Company of CHspori .New \ 
has sen! ■ upraytT "whieh will also lie 
iiBed in the Spring pooraee. 



Our Representetive, MR. H. SALTEN 

will be at the 

NASH BLOCK 

FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 
FEBRUARY §fh and 7th 

WITH A COMPLETE SHOWING OF 



SUITS 
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and OVERCOATS 
RT CLOTHES 
RNISHINGS 
and SHOES 



For College Men 

fin Simon & 





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Hart Schaffner & 
Marx Clothes 

(' e down to Holyoke and see our 

big store. 



AMHERST BOOK STORE 



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PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

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facility foi 

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European Plan. 



COPY OF 1917 INDEX 

GIVEN TO HIGH SCHOOLS 

Twenty-seven Pieparntoiy Schools 
Receive Benefit From 

Uinss Gift. 

\ v.m\ worth arblleglll i«Tb IU "~*' 

was recently wade l»v the elan* ot IM". 
Twenty-seven tnd*xe» wi re presented to 

an many high ami preparatory schools 
through t lit- kindness <>f men who are 
now undergraduates. The foibjwlag 
schools received 1 bes« books : 
Usbridge Bigb, K. B Mauehard '-'- 

Waii-rlown tttgb, <■■ \. Kcltn J.; 
Nnrthhridgr High. V. W. Uusrtj 'ffl 
.spnngiicld Technical High, K. W. 

Johnson I'm-l. 
KUchhurjj High, It. LStarkey '81 
Orange lliuii, <•• W.KUroan '11 
kmbettt High, it. ll. M.s.iitv '« 

DecitUliI \cadeiu.V. P. K. Williams '•£.'. 
Doichcsicr Hltfh, It. 11. Friend "iU 
Worcester Classical High, M. Kccd'21 

Boston LatlaSebooJ, J. a. 1 rawford "80 
Uomlester Hlgb, M. It. Baeon iKJ 
baieiu Hit:!', I- ■ '•• Hak.i **] 
Urcoii Academy (Colobealer, Conn U 

t.laiMnati Intl, 
(iiwnwicli Acadcitiv tit. I ) B. P. 

Lawrence 'SSI 

si.. w High, W. it Pee* 
MiinuuHi High, J. .1. MaCarthj -'I 
Brooklyn rttgh t (H, V.)s. K. Rowfl **J 
Qutyoka High, B. UailWM *» 

i;,,, Mmlisl. High, I. «•■ «.>"•»! **t 

\,.nh Brookfield IHgh.K, t.lbiaaa iyr- 
Wohuni High, H. 1>, Fuller 
Brockton limit, I* i, FUapatriidi '%'> 

Satidersnii \cad.-mv, (M.clbiiPic lulls. 

1: r . Weld W 

l)il, my High.' . H I'" 

BaBeld High Conn H »»■ -" 

Palmer ICItfh. I». H M< Kt«te 1 M 



"in. -Fred <.,-miiih •** married i«» 
Mis* Helen n«m oi iahtwlmtt n.. 
January », iww». They will Us 

i;„ l„.si,r. New Yolk, whet. Binifta n 
,.„„,„., ,i«-. I wiili !b« « ,inral Oi! .111.1 
Mute tympany. 

*H». Samuel II. Ferris 1 nlly 

taken eharge <»i i i»** Spffngdnhi !««' * *» , »- 
,,i NVw Miitur.l. « <«iiii 



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All ot our dairy product! are made 
from parteuriied milk and cream, 

S«lt and Sweet Butter. 
tottaue.Neufchatel.Olive. 
Pimento and Club Cheese 
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'■ii-'iiltwral 



MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



VARSITY QUINTET TAKES 
FAST GAME FROM PRATT 

Brooklyn Institute is Second Victim 
of Week. 



SERVICES FOR LATE ALLAN 
L. STILES IN OLD CHAPEL 



Two-year Man Died of Pneumonia on 
February 8th. 



Tbe Aggie baaketball live, by virtue 
it elever panswork, oonpled with elnM 
^iisinling, win* able to win its si\ih 

.imt'uf Uik sciiMiii and t heir seennd oi 
llii'Wffkuii laol Kr'nlav evi-ning; the 
fmt i'rttll Institute team <>f |trm»kl> n 
being OS the little eml ul a 17-10 eonnt 
Floor basketB nnnihered only two in the 
Krai half, those both to the credit ot the 
M;irooii anil White l»a*ket Iomh«-i>, and 
though I'rall garnered only one doulde 
deeker dtiriii^ the a te ottd perioil, tbe 
ioiil Mtumting of their right fnrw»nl, 
lioth, jdn» liieir del. use I hat kept the 
\gffba forwards well in hand, kept tbe 
visitors alw5iy» in the running, and at 
t'ie inifldle ot tbbt period narrowed 
Massaehiixetl^" lead to two (.oiiits. In 
tiie last live minutes Aggie began to 
draw ahead, and added the point* that 
enlahllnhed a substantial lead and won 

lie yaine. 

The mi tn e slarled fa.sl,and the ball BIOTA 11^ 

worked up and down the Hour, wltb 

i guarding prevent Injj holh sidej. 

from shooting. Tbe game went thus, 

with holh sides failing toaeoTC either 

1 1 .in 1 he floor or In ehaneet* from the 

I'lijl Ite#. (oi eleven uiimiteM. lolore 

itrayson tank a free iry h.i the tirsi 

ix.iiit. He repealed a minute later, 

then on the lip oil, pushed Ihe 

-ore io four points by carrying a loan 

shot from the tioor. Holh dropped one 

from tbe foul line fur I'ratt. for their 

seore, and (iraywui added on« fur 

I A C. inirnediately after 1Mb re* 

t'e«l in short order, and ju<«! befnre 

halt ended the Aggie eaptain ■ 

siMoud riiN>r basket of the game, 

iron down under tbe hoop, making ibe 

m -re *-i. 

•HiiDHiu broke into the »roring with 

i .ll- dei ker at tbe beginnum Ot the 

ml period, increaiting Ag(ta*t lead 

-<*,. u jMiiiiin. Pr»tt Institute t>ntk » 

(iraee. Both ■eofiag his taafll'l first m M 

isket and sirtkitiic two from the foul 

The game began to lighten at 

point, and the gap be: ween s..,re- 

aaa narruwe«l to two poiiitn when the 

t<f right forward of ibe vI»iior» 

aKBla abut true |o the mark from the 

'nul line, lirayttori eontributed two 

•'» on free trie*. Sledwan re placed 

I*a1 ai right guard, «ml after iota 

bad narrowed M. A. < ,'« lead la three 

ii (tie Instil lite tjttitllct took time 

Htttefa repla<lng N-hrafran when 

wan resumed. Uledman dribbled 

■ euiti h of the i i.urt and mink m tw'm- 

Itat ii.iiti rinse range. Anothet 

■ I from foul by the Prait raptain 

f'd to be the esteiii af ihelr «eoriiiK. 

t<ir Aggie, liray*on and TkotBpaoa, 

•iter with a neat ebot from the e\ 

" Hide of Ihe rotirl. added the three 

MMMM 



A memorial service wtis held last 
Sunday in the old f'lia|>el for Allan 
Laugilte Stiles, who died of pueiiiuotiia 

ai the Collage Infirmary, Saodaj 

morning Kelu iiarv 8 Mr. Stiles eaine 
here last tall from I.iti letoti, and was 
enrolled as a two-year student. In spite 
of physical weakness throughout his 
lile, he showed undaunted spirit and 
ureal ambition. 

"We shall meet him no more on I hi* 
campus of this college," Prof. I'helan 
said in reviewing Mr. Stiles lile. "bill 
his spirit will live on. The spin! that 
scut him, (fail in body (oil strong in 
courage through high school and to eel* 
leye. In gain an edtica! ion, to inuke ibe 
most ul his life dial he might be ot 
service will be with his classmates, with 
his teachers. It is ihal spirit I hat 
makes a college. It is that spirit that 
makesa worthy, useful lite". 

"1 he death ot the > nil tiL'.t hose ill the 
i | nl t tie great 
mysteries, the great tragedies of exbtt- 
ii i Wt< can understand ihe passing 
ot those who have lived i h«. allotted I 
Vears. i>l lliii.e w ho have done I heir! 
work, who hate reached then goal, and ] 
who in the late evening of life in Ihe 
shudnw of the rock of elclfiiiy lie down 
to re*l. ISiil when a young man or a 
young woman in love with life, Hied 

with the j>.v nf liVMiu, pas*es hevoml 
our ken we fare one ot the greatest 
problems of human exisiem-r. I< is then, 
mote than at any other lime thai our 
tbotMthtl turn to immortality . We 
know that in the I'mvldenee of i.od. in 
llln great woooaj, More is fm every 
blade of graf>M.for every llower and tacit, 
tin • prt-mfoe of another springtime ami 
hir the »MOil of man. life eternal, 

*Tn ihal !' ■• at* irn.i I., meet 

again in n lite ImaMftaJ our f r l« ml and 
elaaa mate, Allan Uangllle stiles". 



FOUR CLASSES TIED IN 

DEADLOCK 460 EACH 

Two-year Hen Hi?i Mot Won a 
Oust Yet. 

The rlasM-« are now tied In the In trr- 
- bank el ball «erie». Out aftinfft 

ie« played eaeh bui i.ni- smd 

|.,«t two. The last gamea jdaveil wen- 
last Thnrsdirv night when tbe ^niors 
the Hophoutoree In a emee game 
,-,,!(, (he *i nre H to U I and the Frewb- 
mcn won over the Juniors with a score 
.t in to 0. Tbe ■landings of the taaaM 
to date inaefollowi: 



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PROFESSOR HICKS ELECTED 
PRESIDENT OF E. I. C. T. A. 

Representatives of Ten Colleges Ex- 
press Their Respect for M A. C. 
Athletic Leader. 

At a meeting of Ihe lepreselital i ves 
of the Kasleril illlel'col legiale Hack as- 
sociaiion last Saturday al Hotel Kim 
ball, spriiigtiebl, Professor Carry s. 

Micks. General Manauerof Athletics at 

M. \ 0, vvas elected pias ldeal el the 
assmiai ion, sueeeadiag K. M. Joaaaof 

Colgate, 'litis association consists of 
lepreselital I ves from lliefolhewillg col- 
leges and institutes: I 'olgale, Stevens. 
St. I.awrcnce, Ni-w llampsliire. Holy 
llnss, Wnlccsier Tech. liostoli f'otlege, 
.sprinulield. lihode Island Slate, and 
Massachiisei is \ui ietilt oral College. 

The dale of May S for (he Annual ln> 
tci. i. Ilejjiaie track Meet al I'rall Kiebl 
ill w In li leu teams ale now sine In pal* 
ticipatc was decided upon al the Brest - 
ing. Tln-re is also a pusaibilltj of '011- 
neciiiiii Agrietili lira I College being 
represented at Ihe meet >i vera! New 
Yoik eoileges were verj nuxious Io eii- 

Cel, bill v»elc not abie :■• d.i «i ,|s il,. 

dale eonllicis wit h that ol (he Middle 
Atlantic meet. 

Among the fpieMilomt that came up til 
the line lit; w:i» as Io whether the 
haunuet-i hr«»w slioubl be listed forlhis 
seai nr not At the meeting last year, 
at which the organization was formed. 
It van decided thai the hammei l hrow 
be ellllliiialed ftntu the list ■ .1 events 
At ibis meeting, however, .1 T. Com* 
•talk, the icpreseiitalivc from Si , I, aw 
reuee f'ollege, pel M lolled ver;, strongly 
in favor ot again having Ihe hammer. 
throw. The general feeling was against 
thls.'ws tbe hammer throw is betag 
eliminated from most college circles, it 
being considered one of the most dan 
geroiis evenls In eollege .poiis. Tbe 
final decision will art l»e given, however, 
until Ibe next meeting wbieli will lie 
hekl lM Win. ester in atnHit two week*. 
\ not her ijiiisimn dtaeuaaert was tbe 
lnismbiliiy «d making the meet a two 
day eveal lontead ol running it in a 
single day a» was the MM last year. 
One io the additional expense, and to 
tbe fart tba' some of the colleges 
would m*l be able in semi their athletes 
for an estra day. the deciaton wm tbal 
the meet should remain a -ww-day 
affaii. 

Tbe high place thai M, A. f now 
holds in ibis a»*oeiaiion hi due to the 
line working ildrit of the rtillege and 
(m rppresentalives. The Cine work thai 
riufesanr Nicks ha« done for the mhlei 
lea nl lad Oullsga l« appreciated by all, 
, <r ,,| (he RWarding of tiiis honor to him 
in all ihe more notahl> » fkafl were no 
fepwien'atlvw Irnw M A < . it the 
Tneetlng. 



Ai a meeting in the Kntomology 

Muilding, Tuenday evening, Feb. 1U, the 

Meimrah Society dtscnsne«i, in an open 

, forum Ho- piin. ipiesof J.Stllt Wilson. 



No. 

AL. SPAULDING RESIGNS 
AS ALUMNI SECRETARY 

Has Accepted Position as Advertising 

Manager for Norwell Stores 

in Boston. 

\llet seven monlhs of slieeessllll 
work in behalf of Ihe Alumni Memorial 
liuildiiig drive and the college affairs in 

general, a. w Spauldlag '27, last week, 
tendered his raatgnatloa as assistant 

sccletarv of ihe Associate AlllUllli, and 
College Held ■goat, ihe A I ii iiuti Kxee- 
uiive t'oiiimiiiee met on r*eb. 18 end 
decided to make these two positions 
permanent and open to one man, 
Fniuicilv i be t wo offices were separate, 
but this was held by Spaulding, Io 
gelber with (he position ol assistant 

secret ai v oi the a lumni. 

A. W. Spaulding had recently ac- 
cepted a position as advertising man 

■gat la lata Advertising DwpoFtmes>t ol 

(he Sheparil I lepail meiii stores, form- 
erly ihe Shepard, Nniwell slorei of 
Winter slreel, 'J'elnple place. Trenioli! 
street. Itostmi. and bet a it work Moii 
d«y, Keli, iS. His home will be a( !"• 
Itrewstei road, Newton Highlands, 

spaulding i* a graduate of the class 
of IUll, the July of that year he en 
listed lot overseas In ihe Amherst f'ol- 
lege Ambulance (nil. Immediately 
on Ins return from r'lauc. , Juiy I, IPIU, 
to- became engaged in work for the rot 
lege, espcii.iM', IM ikl \luiutii Mcinni 
ial work, whiih has been carried 
through with "teat siiceeKS. This drive, 
which has been the largest undertak- 
ing, probably, hi the histi.rv of fbeeol* 
lege, has resulted in t he securing of a 
tilling me mot In I for those M S i men 
who made Itie Htipletue ■atrtiice I In 

iiiituediate iMiiistrutliou of the building 
la now assured. Of the one hundred 
and fifty thousand dollar* wanted, one 
hundred and forty-five thousand baa 
been pledged and the contract baa been 
lad to 1 I « ailsnii of Sprtngtield. h 

• aval loll for Ihe building will be begun 
In Ihe latter part of March, just as noon 
as tbe ground is workable. 

The l. milling as ha* been planned 

will be located on tbe plot south of ibe 

stone chapel and faeing I, imntn avenue 

and 1)1 instead road. The principal 

front ami main entrances in tbe build 

leg Wilt be nil ihe side of the bniiding 

facing th« latter road. • nher entrance. 

Will be on the Lincoln avenue and at 

Ihe smith end. The building baa been 

(ic~imiedinflieclas.il style Willi hriek 

walls and marble IriMialagS, as devised 

hv James If. Hitchie, the architect, 

(in the first floor there will l»e billiard 

j and recreation rooms and in the Me 

| morial ll<M>m which in placed In tbe 

I northwest corner id the building, there 

I will be a special memorial commemora- 
ting the service In the World Wat of 
[men of the college. The auditorium 
i will be <ui i be second floor and will have 
[a seating capacity of about four bun- 
Id red. There la aim on tin* floor a 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 18, 1M2U. 



No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Your appearauoe is marred unless youi 

Footwear is Correct 
E. M. BOLLES 

The place to go for College Shoes 

The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobber* of Wrought Iron and Hraw l*lp*. 
Valves and Fittings for Steam. Water and 
Uw, Asbestos and Magnesia Holler and Pipe 
< overt ngs. Iii» »'ot toSlsetch. Mill Supplies 
Engineers and contractors for Stemu and 
Hot Water Heating, Automatic Sprinkler 
System*. Holler and Fnglne ronnectlons. 

, Holyoke, Mass. 



ElTlI I. !•■■!> lHlt'J 

Stbphbn Lank Folqib. iImci 

MANI TAITI'lllMI .IIAVi:l.Mls 

1HO HHOADWAY, NKW YOHK 

CJL.UB ANU COIiUWIE 

I'IN.s AND KINiiN * 

aill.D. M1I.VBR AFfO BSOMUS M«ll»l> 



Aggie Stationery 

with Class Numerals 
1920 TO 1923 



special roeoi set aside for the use of the 
Alumni, and a loggia enclosed willi 
large French windows, while from the 
arched windows ol the auditorium a 
wonderful view of (he Connecticut Val- 
ley may he realized. 

Much of this accomplishment should 
he credited to Swatilding. Besides his 
effortl in hehalf of this drive, he has 
hcen active in the publicity work lor 
the College. For the past three oi four 
months he has heen working on an il- 
lustrated booklet of the College, which 
will be puhlished within two or three 
weeks. It was largely through his 
efforts I hat the Alumni Bulletin was 
inaiu'iirated which has shown from 
time to time the progress of the Memo- 
rial drive, lie has also Nerved on sev- 
eral committees and spoken at several 
of the meetings during the hig drive 
for l hi) funds. In addition to this, he 
haa heen conducting cnespoiidance 
with propective students for the college. 

The Alumni executive committee ha- 

been deliberating opoa several who 
may bt choaen lor the ollie. (i.M.Camp- 
bell of the elaaa "f WHO has baea ap> 

pointed lo lake Spauliliiitf's place. Ue 
HHsumed Ills duties last Monday. 



A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer and Stationer 
Amberaf • - • Maw. 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 

in Work Done 

Snog Shins Stash 
J. GINSBIRG, 19 Pleasant Street 



HOCKEY TEAM LOSES OVER- 
TIME CONTEST TO DARTMOUTH 



Threshie Cages Winning Tally In Flrat 

Few Minutes Of Second 

Overtime Feriod, 



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faplniin I'mwinl,. 



to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 



of hstt mahei 
0YEIN8. ALTERING. CLEANING. PS 

LABROVI 
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It required two overtime periods foi 
'he Dartmouth puck i-baaem lu register 
a m.i. .iv over the "AaKie** septet laid 
Wednesday, February 11.. mi the ilanu- 
ver rink. From a "Green" vlew|H.int 
x be tramfi « as I he fastest and roughest 
one ever witnessed on the Dartmouth 

Ice, 

The only and winning tally was seol 
».,( by a clever shm from Threables 
stick alter a hrief serlmmage In irnnl of 
the "Maroon and White" cage. Tbe 
.*K,r condi t hoi of the ue contributed la 
make the name a good shinny fe»t In 
i he find few minutes or play and ihe 
nueof team work for either side was 
made Impossible. The goal lending; was 
of high order iliroimlioiit the contest. In 
fad ll was the feature of the game. 
Time and lime again Dalabnnt made 
*ensatlonal stops and (isles wonderful 
work for Dartmouth was the only factor 
that prevented "Aggie" from returning 
tbe victor. 

The opening of tbe first hill fonud 
In.th sides quite at Ml u lo I be use of 
tbe board* due to the eieeedtngly bad 
,..„{!..« of the tee. Several rushes 
were made toward both foals resulting 
In hard awriwwages of tea directly In 
front of the cages hut good sbooling 
could not be coupled with fnsl advance* 
down the surfart, U was at t hese par. 
tieular limes that lbs two defences ap- 
peared in ihe limelight far outshining 
any work done by the forward* The 
end of the ffst period funnd the teams 
fighting hard to break tbedeadloeb but 
h» no avail, Score, ©«D. 

With the opening of (hi second half 
the »se «t »ngh tactics eoTnmt-nted til 
such an extant thai several players 
were sanl to the side line* by the ntm- 
tm, Tbe puck traveled up and down 
ihe ire with lnrresaed speed as time de- 
ereaud but the. necessary pnocb was 
laealng to eagf the winning tally. Sev- 
eral lone; shots were attempted nnsua- 
cessfully and the end of the second per- 
lud found the teams still In deadlock . 

Flee mlnales of overtime were agreed 

upon by the two captains and la the 

second ovenime period Thresh la sank 

the elusive mhher in the "Maroon and 

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While" cage for the lone tally. 

For Dartmouth the work of Threshie 
was of high class while for Aggie, 
I.euvitl, Lyons and I)owd worked 
well. 

The Summary : 

Dartmouth M. A. C. 

Hothchild Iw, lw, Leavitt 

Cody, r r, Dowd 

Fiske, c 0, Snow 

ltoss, rw rw, Lyons 

Threshie, p p, ColHoi 

Paisley, cp op, Crafts 

(iale, g If, Delahunt 

Score - Dartmouth 1, M. A. 0. ti. Coal 
Threshie. Referee, J. I\ llowlei. Time 
20 minute periods. Two live minute ex- 
Ira periods. 

CLASS OFFICERS FOR REST 

OF TERM ELECTED 

Banquet Scrap Officers To Be Elected 
Later. 

The Class of ISM held a meeting in 
the Social ("nioti BeoaM last rTidas 
evening at 8-15. New class officers were 
elected a- follows; 

President, Donald II. Alexander; vice- 
president, Treseott T. Ahele; treasurer, 
Marshall S. Ilodsden : secretary , Gilbert 
II. Irish; class captain, la] uiond T. 
Grayson; Hcrgeant-at-arms, Conrad I.. 
Winh ; clans historian, Krucst l'lilnani. 
These ollicers will s»o out ..I aflsSf at 
the beginning of nest term when, ac- 
ci.nlinu in Senate rules, tbe class will 
elect iisolheers for the Bani|UH scrap. 
After the election, class cheers were 
given for each of the retiring officers 
and ihen B. It, Friend gave his report 
on the progress of the Freshman play 



OWN HALL 

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Thursday M 



Hat. at 3 

Eve. at 8 

Friday 



Hat. at 3 
Eve. at 8 



Saturday 

Hat. at 3 

K\ .- I Mini a i 
6-45, 8-30 

Monday 



Ellen Terry in 

HerGreatest Performance 



Path* News Hutt and Jeff 

Topics 

Hall Room Boys Comedy 



Bryant Washburn in 

"Venus in the East" 

Pictograph 
Hack Sonnett Comedy 

Enid Bennett in 

"The Haunted Bedroom" 

nh ei.rSmaihtna Barriers' 



News 



Comedy 



Washington* Birthday 



J;.-.:! 8 "Upstairs 



Habel Norma nd In 

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Holiday 



rathe Review 



Corned > 



PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable— Even 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 

European Plan. 




Our Representative, MR. T. M. FLEMING 

will he at the 

NASH BLOCK 

MONDAY and TUESDAY, 
FEBRUARY 23rd and 24th. 

WITH A COMPLETE SHOWING OF 

Spring 

SUITS and TOPCOATS 

SPORT CLOTHES 



HATS and SHO 



College Men 




FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 
i*l Shops 2 to S West 38th St.-Street Ural 




CLOTHES OF CUSTOM QUALITY 

If you think that foundry made suits can by any possibility 
. equal the custom quality of Campion's Tailored Suits, pay the 
penalty, wear and forswear the spurious stuff. 

CAMPION, the Only Trained Cutter and Tailor in Amherst. 



t A. C. LOSES FIRST GAME 
ON OWN FLOOR TO M. A. C. 



LEGISLATION REQUIRES MORE 
WORK THAN COMMENCEMENT 



Subatitutiona Work Well for Aggia Congressman Treadway Explained 

Score 27 22, t he Work of National Legislation. 

line of the must .'irtliial.U' u.iiim- "1 am yla.l lo lie luuk in I lie eoUege 

, u'i played l»y an A gel* ba»kaitHtH a^nio*pber«,"b6gaB Congressman Allen 

mi t oi.k pi act kl ilie Connect leu I T. Tread way in liis lalk i»iven in Akm-iii- 

u.rii'iiliiirai College, ai Mnrrs. « ..nn.. i,iy. Feb, ll, at :i-<m. Mr. Treadwa] 

rburaday niuln. « lien c«>aeh <iia>- h bowed bj afearlHttatratloBakowiBnah 

, .11 '^ lean won b] ■ aeon <>i -^7 t>. 'it. work I here is la I be paaatog of a bill by 



I Ins game was the lirsl in I lie liisluiy 
,1 \l. A. V. Aililetie Ahjmk'IuI inn lhal 
ihi- teats I'M'' U«»ne I., ('tiiiiie.li.il! In 

ii was the Brsi beating lbs! die 

s ,,it* leam bad auSered .»n Its <»wn 

iI.mii. Kveryiliinu si-eme.l lo I"' imainsi 
ilie \uyie men al llie slari ; the eoaeli 

.,i the leam. It. i.iass.m. was suable t<> 
..ni.iMie derail ae <•! ■ bad cold, and i«»i 
Hue reason «>ne oi the m.isi reliable 
n,eti tbe team haa had, Pim.l. vms sat 
ahle !•< |>1h> . Alilmuuli away trmii 
It.tiiit.-, the Axgte aptlil was inain'aineii 
it, ihe jjreal sin. winy whi.'li I lie |.layel> j 

.,iiii»iie.| ihnmghottl ihe game. 
iiiiriiiu the first aartoduf the game! 

lffglfl |»il«*d II I* IN |».»llils I.. Hs .i.'.li!. i 
»!,|i«. tin- f 'mi neet lent team acoTed I*. 
Mi.t Ilie first 18 iinunie. uf play Hu- 
I .-.uii l.H.k the lend l.y ..ue pi.Siil. 
ulitii W-s wa* chalked ttp, bat whhi the J 
toil luiek and Maaae^buaett* dropped la 
i«.. lifuikeln In «jiiiek a accaaido a. Kr.mi 
iluie on Con neet U'U t did not come 
i.-r tliaii four points l« their appa- 
•' aeore. 
I., ihe p.ee.iH.1 half «rf ihe game Con 
i, in tried hard lo ealeli up with ihe 
Ta.t team, and suereeded In ualninij U 
.i». The Angle men added U l«. their 
■ In i hi* half, and the game ended 
in their favor. 

AlrxaridtJi, who Mai lad fur Cnaaectl- 

nttien thar playetl In Ainberai, «ue- 

h.l in B«llln« only one basket 

nri > ednmii, i»ne„i Aggiea guards, 

^li'.dn ippwd in three baakeli-. t».»wd) 'n 

, went wMjreles*. and Thot»p»»« 

red the captain «»f ihe Nt4»rrs leaas 

,i» teet, aeorlng tsro Imakem in eaih 

i i,. lit ii dne A, W, Hmlth, 

\mttf , » right lorward, wht# played his 

lull name tm the team, and added 

palate l« the mean. I'stattm •»• 

..I t.ir the ti.mnerltrui teaw, while 

,nt»n antl Taunt ptiffl »t»tT»d '« r 

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THE NEW M. A. G. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's Office- $1.00 

LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

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ihe Legisiai ore. 
cine ..I the yreat dividing features i<>r 

many Oampaigas was Ihe i|iie,slinn ul 

tariff. Pre* lone u> ittia the annual 

bttdgel was isTIII.IMMl.lMKI, 40% ">l wlii.ll. 
|ftn^00,000, came I loin ihe (iisli.in 
IIuiim's. Ilinniy 1H14 I'.U."., Iliis pel.. ul 
SJM loweied In 40, and Ihen to 'Ml, ea 
that it wain very toitunale ihut in 1H1*I 

ihe sixteeatb amendment in ihe Cun»tl< 
tut Ion wan adopted, panotttlng an in- 
eeme tax. 1'ierluus to 1 bis. C ongress 
h..d pgatrd an Iticoaw uu hill bai this 

had lieen deelaifd lineulisl il lit iuiial hy 
i In- lulled Stan* Supreme Court, llur- 
iiiU Ihe war, Presidenl Wilsuli leeuln- 
nieniled an inerense in tbe fax. Accord- 
iutfly.a bill wa« trained mi the Autumn 
,it 1U17 whieh lie.Htiie a law when 
signed l.y tbe President in February. 
nun Tbe public in rending that the 
hill haa bee o me a law Utile reallxes 
iniw much work it required tet that hill 

t«i be paused. 

\ in. i her IntereniitiR pteee of l^-gUlii- 
lure will prulmbl) !»«■ euaetad ibi» week, 

l,»s' May, the l'te^iiiinl ad. isiiMoiig- 

reMilmi the government hedlmwi i.<csited 
.it the railroads. Tin* pmjeel wh» taken 
aptaat fall by tbe wjhi millet? win, tlually 
intrmllieed I be Rrtfh and ihe CummlngS 

blllti, Tfaeae idiis were finally made one 

and Iliis liuril l»ill is nuw in the haiuU 
«»f the Way» and Mean* C o mm ittee, ami 
after being p awed by l«»th I1**uim*». it 
will g«i i«> ih»- I'resldewl If rtignedand 
uri Mareb 1 will I»et*oHi#a law, 

Mr. Treadway then ment ioned ihe 
three niiett Interesting ilav« Ihut be 
*pent la f:ougre*». The ffraloftbeae 
ew April i, 1017. The regular «»«al«n 
nt CoBgftas bad |u«t expired sad there 
e*i«te«| in the < ;ipiial an nmlnatM sj« 
len.e. On \pril 'i. the ITeMldent railed 
« Special fte-Mluti of the pixly-litlh t -nig- 
rttssand reriiiiiliM»nded thnl we das 
mat .'ii i.etnianv. After four days Of 
«#rw,i.Mi f .«ugref»J», on April n, |S»I", •!« 
dared war, A not hat iBlaeasitng day 
wain when lleneral I'emhlnsi Wa» eon- 
gratulated |-eri»»»nall> b| f>UtgViaa, Ih-U 
tio'titst \m.-i:. fi gem i -I '•. oblatn 'hi* 

h..n..r The la«l iimi sbhl timi* was 

when Vielor Itarget bj an almu*t uimn. 
. .. . >,i ihe Hones wa«* refttst-.i 
,,„ mhwrshlp. nol bet inee he wa« a an* 
.,, i»i, inn heeause he h ad aided and 
.!>•♦• 1 1 • <t oar anemj .lu'tng ihe aar. We 
welcome ft»telgBeri< lw nai *hore*, but 
ire daatre that ibaj In Utti nhall, 
w h... antai • ■ saw 'he full r«. 

rtuofttdbilll) oi \ii.einaii ef tbjtas)| and 
become l' HI Imet eaas In ei«»ing, 
Ihe »peaker said, "Naval ww there 
in,, if i haine tor i bt pi i' • " :il«f ilm-atpfl. 
imi \ 1 1 . >• r , an than today, SO MM Well 
to y».ur ..pporiiiiii'ie* while in dear old 
Ag« i 



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Shaving Sticks and Creams 



Razors and Razor Blades 



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Kodaks and Supplies 



Fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

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Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MOE-iLNDI - PEOCTOR COMPANY 

Manufacturer, fostitUtiOIl COOkaflg A 1 1 1 Kl I'.l t U S 
»r, 




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, Mtftton, I .imh. Veat, Portr, Hasan, Bacon, 
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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 



Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOA HI) OF EDITORS. 

JameM'. Mvpi km **», Editor in-C'litef 
.Ion* A. Ckawh>ki> I'll. Miiiinuiim Editor 



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Hsosnl A- Hmimi ii». Advertising Manager 
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Subscription f/2.00 per year. Single 
copies, 10 cent*. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian. 

In case of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager an soon as possible. 



K.iiifif.l»iM< 1''M" msmrattti* Amherst 

P<hU Offle*. Armpted for malting at tpefta! 
rate of |m*ute*< provided for In set'llonlW. Aft 
of i irtober. l»n snthmlMd A mum 20, lui*. 

T. M. 0. 4. Also Fledge*. 

Money, money, money. How com- 
mon i hat call Is to day. It sound* from 
the psge* of new»pap#rs. It arunes 
in legislatures. Il threaten* industry. 
It echoes within the walls id churches, 

N'o matter in what phase of life • 

is interesli'd in. he will hear id the need 
for money In the execution of plans. It 
takes money t.> Make papei m which 
news In printed. Law mttil enable man 
to earn a reasonable wage Investment 
must brings returns or ihey will not he 
made. Kven m ■eriwiH must be paid tm 
by the cungregalbMi 

lite last phase id life, that phase 
whirli tmes the spirit of man, to aveom 
plista things mnst work on ibe same 
fistilng with the efforts that use mater- 
ial supplier* to build with, lint the 
significance id this fact sot-mii io ulip 
the minds of moat men without much 
difficulty. It has slipped from many 
mind* i»a this eainpu«. Kven (he 
sirenath of the appeal thai the Hon J. 
Stilt Wilson made diil nut remind some 
that they owed the V, M.C, A, 

There am many who have not yet 
paid their pledues. The pledge* were 
das the tint ni the month, h nmr 
have failed to psy that I he aasoctnt Ion 
has been obliged to Is.rwrw in order to 
meet its expeaac«, 

In (he ease of the V, 34. ft A. borrow* 
trig is a uaelwti np»w». It i» ahm 
i-o*tly, l«l men who have not paid 
their pledges see the frrawurer of the 
aattoriatlon without delay. t, a - 



BupHeaUon of I Hon, 
The ttMr,m Jonrns! »f ■cIbiHIsiihm 
wit «ll wMsptly dwwrlbed In the an- 
nonncemenls, appeared on the eamptt* 
last week. While II Is only a single 
mimeographed sheet ut joke* and «!«?» 
bits it to»«W eairemely welt. The mod- 
crate price aU.» helped Itreive il instant 
popularitj. rhat It Is • paper eo«i« 
(..^■"i principally of pefanaal "lams and 
that it i» Iwraely the work af one fi-rr il»* 
brain raise* Hip ttiaailoa M •" how hint* 
ii will last. Boa* H n»i pToa h tt to be a 
pefmanen! pu bin a' ion 



l#n«t week's 



(ji.i 



mialris a perti' 



tictit editorial on the targe number ..t 
campus aclffifiem-and the appearance 



of a ieoond comic paper makes it a very 
timely criticism, This recent number 
of (lit? Squib certainly was not aided by 
the appearance of the Itlmlr. Several 
of the jokes in the latter publication 
would have added spice to the Saafa. 

\v It v nave I ii >s tin jn ii ,n kiii ni i III., l . 
We feel t hat one good Atf,gie publiciitioti 
can prolitabU use all tlic wit and humor 
on the campttS, and there does not 
seem to be such an over-abundance that 
two distinct types of comic papers can 
exist separately for very long. 

A Student Forum 

The establishment of a stuilcnt forum 
to follow the regular address at Assem- 
bly is a decided addition to the curricu- 
lum. 

The honored custom of college de- 
bates has in a large measure given away 
toother activities. The popularity of 
college literary societies and oratorical 
contests has been dwindling for several 
years. This is as true in other colleges 
as it is in our own institution. f)ur 
Public Speaking Council, which ni best 
only gives an opportunity t«> a limited 
number of men to develop (heir oratori- 
cal abrities, has not had any real 
support in several years. This is un- 
fortunately true, despite the emphasis 

our alumni and business men in general 
an planing uO the value of being able 
to speak in public 

A forum gives everyone the opportun- 
ity 10 stand up and express his views 
without the arduous preparation nc» ■•■«- 
sary for a speech. It helps develop a 
better understanding of current prob- 
lems and give* a broader view of die 
issue discussed. The student body will 
derive u gtoat deal of benefit from (his 
plan if the men all respond in the right 
way. 



Credit System For Ifon-Athletics. 

The adoption of a credit system which 
will form the basis for awarding the 
Sou Athletic Activity medals, we be- 
lieve, is a wise step, By limiting the 
nnmberof awards, it gives 1 far greater 
value to the medals and a real incentive 
is offered for attaining the chief posit- 
ion* In each activity. Those men who 
earn a gold pendant are now placed m 
a par with the latter men in athletics, 
anil the men awarded the silver pen- 
dants will prise them much more highly 
than they would I he bronxe medals for- 
merly given. The system of pott) !« has 
been carefully worked out for each ac- 
tivity and the credits are awarded on a 
scientific basis according to the number 
of years spent in the activity and the 
man's ability, ("redtl* stained In one 
activity may be combined with those 
gained In another activity to obtain a 
ailver or gold pendant. In that way pre- 
venting all the gold medal* going lathe 
men holding high position* la oneac- 
itvtty. This system should prion very 
satisfactory In all concerned, 



MAGICIAN CAUSES MUCH 
WONDER TO COLLEGE MEN 



Mr. E F. Ransom Daftly Ferforma 
Sleight of Hand Tricks, 

Mr, Rimer ft Ransom, magician, 
proved himself an tftieteatiBg: enter- 
tainer before a large aadfeaee at Mow 
kef Aoditirrlnm, Saturday evening, r»ii 
14, The general comment of the audi- 
ence was that Mr ltiins«»m certainty 
knew bis art, ami cottld pre sen! his 
tricks in a pleasing manner, lie wa» 
rtinisted In many of hi* act* by members 
of the Btudenf body and by children of 



the audience, a fact which added much 
lo bis popularity. 

The sleight-of-hand card tricks, al- 
ways mystifying, were made even more 
so by Mr. Ransom. lie seemed to pick 
the cards out of the air with one hand, 
while from (he other they disappeared, 
nobody knew whore. Then tearing up 
a card, he proceeded to smoke a cigar- 
ette, which proved to contain the same 
pieces he had torn up. His next trick 
was to have a piece ol I ape cut, tie it 
together again, and in one movement 
uei rid of the kno', leaving the tape as 
whole as it was in the tirst place. The 
Hindu tings, which he put toget her and 
took apart at will, caused much specii- 

i hit ion among the audience, but not a 
Haw or break could he found in the 

I rings, Mr. Hansom tried to explain all 

■ his tricks to the audience personally as 
being very simple, and only succeeded 

; in making Ihem more mysterious than 

before, 

A trick which proved quite popular 
was Mr. Ransom's "new way to make 
money.** Taking a hat, he proceeded lo 
extract from people's pockets money 
which they did not know they had; but 
on returning to the stage he took out 
ot the hat a number of pieces of tin. 
Mr, Hansom appropriately closed his en- 
tertainment by producing, as f from 
nowhere, a large American flag. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

(corner Main and Whitney Sis.) 

THOMAS T. JOHNSTON, Pastor 

Preaching Service, 10.45 A.M. 
ALL. 

SERVICE MEN 

and all 

Believers in 100% A mericanism 

are cordially invtled to the 

— Services of This ttnrch— 

N EXT SUNDAY, FEB. 22, at 10-45 A. M. 

The Hlrtbilay »f «eorge Washing- 
ton, great aoldler, father and Ut 
President of our country, 

A Patriotic Sfvrfc* 

The members of the Amherst Post, 
No. !4B, American Legion, will attend 
this service in a body. 

AM former soldiers of war and all who 
would be soldiers of peare, are most 
cordially invited. 



AMHERST MEMORIAL SERVICE 
FOR WAR DEAD 

Sunday afternoon, Feb. 22d, at three 
o'clock there will be a service in iln 
Town Hall for the boys of Amherst 
who gave their lives in the service. 
Certificates of appreciation from the 
French tiovernment are to be given to 
Hie families. These will be presented 
by l.t I.andre of the French Artillery, 
now a professor in Amherst College. 
Senator f'hurchill will give an add rest 
The students and faculty id M. A. C. 
arc invited. 



Blbk School. 12*00 M- Henry Hurt, 
Superintendent 

College Chut f i.arUs .l.u.il. presi- 
dent, Pnatot, Lender ol Discttasion. 
Topic, fcb. 38, "Doei the Teaching of 
the IowIj Sa«arene command ibe In* 



teiiectual 



respeet of the college man 



of today •' ' 

I ps.iilh I eigne. 6 30 P. fi, John 
t raw ford. President, Topic, F«-b. », 
" Value of Christian Kdm -aii»n, ' 
I.ead.r, Mrs, A. B. Palmer. 7-rttt p, m., 
fioeiBl and Study Fellowship for the 
Young People. 




A ro>6 bv any other name 
would smell as sweet ! 

But to guarantee full value, a 
suit should bear the name o( 
Rogers Peet. 

Maneyback if you want it. 

The best of everything college 
men wear. 

■pasjsj "Shoesiss fenrics" 
for 



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at lathm. 



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Broad wav 
at 34th St 



Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave 

at Warren at 41st St 

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The Stamp of Approval 

Plgssaj by the Agricultural Colleges 
of the I'nitcd hiates and Canada upon 



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« one. «w eel and sanitary cleanliness in 
all departments ut dairy production 

Wyandotte Dairyman's Cleaner and 
cleanser not only cleans, but cleans 
thoroughly, uub-kly and clean. Its 
ww applies to milking machines, sep 
aratnrs, eaoa and general dairy eqnlp 
tnent. Moreover, being free from enti- 
tle, Hme.oc any soapy or greasy Ingre- 
dient, it rinses easily, leaving no tilt, 
to afTect the quality of milk product. 



!.uli..n In elrct# 




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cleanser from your sup 
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It cleana clean. 



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A WORD TO TIIK WORTHY SENIOR IS SUFFICIENT 

Ri:>Ii:MI»i:iv that next year you will he out in the cold, grey 
world. Better .select n soiil now which, W T ALSII uutiriiiitees 
for 'J I iiioiiiIin, while the checks are ntill ciMiiins from *' Dad." 
liill prices on all suit** ordered hefore March l**t. I lii> uuiuis u 
s,ivi„u of SI 2 to §20. 




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DARTMOUTH TEAM TO PLAY 

HERE TOMORROW NIGHT 

Team Has Improved With Season, 
Pond Still Out of M. A. C. Lineup, 

tomorrow night in the Drill Hall the 
ii-iiy quintet will meet CoacB /.alms 

ien»i from Hanover Iff. H. The game 

,t aria at eight sharp and should prove 
, be I game well worth seeing. 
Although the Dartmouth team has 
all but one of it's games this year 

, credit of the team should mil be 
Imized, for nearly every team she 
jiiised has been a last oiillit. An 

list rni iuii of the posaible strength of 

itiiitmoutli is the SeoTe ul Ibe Siemens 
insi It lite game in which the Sew \ m k 
ineii were victorious vtiih only a margin 
una point. This was, ol ounrse, the 
:., -t game of the year for Dartmouth, 
iiut the tendency in the games so tar 

has been for her to weaken in the «.cc- 

,i.| half. The lineup since the ttisl ol 

i he season has been changed materially 

hat a stronger learn will lace the 

\uuie team Thuisday than Nva* lined up 

asaliisl the early season comjucrcrs of 

(•recti and White. 

« aptaia Bfown and Vuill bom the 

tin. leusof Dart mo in h's scoring strengt h. 

S Hue, Who Is a |Hilished |iiaverol great 

li . has been s'n k IOOSI ol ihc »i'ws« 

will pruhably gat m chance to play 

liis game. McDermott baa played a 

isiciil game as guard. The Irish!!- 

i i lo forwards to shoot baaketa at 

.nunc moments was the c ause aj 

Ian overwhelming defeats at the hands 

ni Colon and (.ornell, bill in f he gams 

Middlebury the Dartmouth men 

. d twice the number ol points that 

* opponents scored, 

I he Aggie team Is doing well at pree- 

having won Its t»f three game*. 

biMS ol Pond, who is sick now, 

'•• ,i sfriutU blow to the team, 

\. W smith will probably start In his 

-hotild he be unable lo play. 



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MOUSTACHES THIS YEAR 

"as you uu rr 

■ Mo Inai Thursday event na the 

.f class held a meeting !n the N 

i iiiiii room to discus* plan* fi«i t ,im- 

enteni, Chairmen were eleeled 

iiirioits commiueea nece^ary to 

ii i he program. They awt aa 

"w»: Cap and gown, Mael^ml ; ban* 

Wortbley; cJasa glfi, Oood f 

'Hiarani, « atnpbell; class day, < I 

. ilecorations, Clarriilge; picture. 

The Steering commillee which 

" ■•■ii carrying on the work in regard 

n> iHcrnent, will now He replaced 

Hin.iHcc made up of Ihc elmir- 

• the various sub-commit tees who 

ehooM thrir chairman front the 

■•leering committee, 

•inestlun of whether the Senior* 

'larcanes was brought Up ami il 

.•lid to look into the matter of 

stlvks.nud in decide at the nc^t 

ing whether they or »irc«» . 

• the style. Moustaches it wax 

a oil. I be allowed in take I bell 

nurse, Hhave or not, "as ton 



NEW SILVER MEDALS TO BE 

AWARDED FOR WORK 

Credit System Planned will Insure 

Recognition cf Men Active in 

Non-Athletics, 

The non-at hlcl ic activities board 
makes Ihc following nitnouiicemeiil coti- 
cciniuu the awards ol medals lo men 
who have been engaged in initi- 
al h lei ics : 

Service in the various branches ol 
nou-at hides npii-M nted on thin board 
shall be put upon a credit hanK, sub- 
ject at any lime io ie\ i^ioti by ihc Hoard, 
as follows: 

Husic-iil Ciul u. 
liegular partlclpati on in >•< 

mole ol I he elubs u-.ob \ . at . 

Leadership oi saj one ol Ibe three 

clubs. 

AHHisiaiil-matiagcrnhip, 
Managership, 

Roister Ooisters. 

A !ea*ling pan Ineithei ol ibe two 
feature plays of the year (no) 
uior*. i han three leads to l»e cred- 
ited to a pltiy.i 
\ minor pun in any play. 
Assistant-ma nay cr*hi p. 
Managership, 

Debating, 
A speaking part many vatsity debate,!. 
Managcrablp im the year, I 

Collegian, 
Service on I he Imard (each year) 
Kditorship in chief. 
Managing editorship. 
Business managership, 

a silver medal toawas anj man 

acquiring three rtedils in asinalear"- 
tiyltj or four credits in more than one 
actiyit) 

1 gsM medal is awarded to any innn 
■cquirllig live credits in a single wii* 
Hy or *iv endlu ia more than one 
acttviti, 

Awi»rii« are to be made at the end trf 
each year and arc per mane ut, the uied« 
als to be engraved in tverj itintBitoe, 

The new arrangement 1« to uo Into 
eff eet this year, tipparelaaamen rccciv. 
ing crcilii for service ilurinii former 
y ears nccotilinu to the records of the 
Board, Senior* qualifying tut liriniw 
j medals on the old Ijaats will be awarded 
| such, this year. 

Silver an«l gold medals will be approx- 
| imately the sllte of a leu -cent piece, •*> 
1 eept as reelplenta of the former shall 
I have requesird h medal of the site we 
S have used In the past. Snob requests 
should to the f,eneral Manager 

of the Heard early In tin- spring, 



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Friend *i3 Wri tes Play. 

The first rebeareal for the freshman j 
play which Is to be given under the | 
direct ion ot the Social l"nlon, Mar« -h >., 
wn held last Wednesday evening. Feb, 
11, si thcttbi Chapel. 

The entertalameni Ihii year will 
consist of I play written and dire 
by Koger it icnd "til, ami probably In 
addition to that, a small amount of 
vaudeville, The cast for i fir play baa 
I,,, i vet been definitely decided 

'\m_ — K. • . Barbel has purchased n 
farm near Windsor. C'ona, 



Ur. Beelye's lecture, which was to j Tbe Pfat Sigma Kappa fraternll] bus 

have been in liowkei Vudiloiium last kcl bal I team was .bleated by I he Soph- 
Thursday, was postponed until to mot oim.i, .lass ham lasi Saturday , I'eb. 11 
row iiiyht ai M0, B] B „,,„,, ,,| j|.2U, 



STUDENTS 

Who desire to earn a minimum of $525 during 
vacation, maximum earnings unlimited, write to 

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POULTRY CLUB ORGANIZED 

HAGAR, PRESIDENT 

Purpose Similar To That Of Other 
Clubs On Campus. 



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BIDE-A-WEE" 

Creamed Chicken and Waffles Our Specialty 

a ml ether u<»"l tMaea "• ,:,t - 
MRS. L. M. STEBBINS 

Mi. Idle Stri'ft. IVI. -U.VWi ll:i(it<> . Mu-v 



The first neetiag <»t 1 1»*- poultry Clab 
which lias hut reoetuly been organised, 
was held last Thuredaj evening at 7-;it> 
in room 11-J. Slock briil»e Hall, 

Mr. Jorin'iiM'ii called the meeting to 
order ami prealded until the election of 
the president had been completed, Mr. 
Sugar, who is majoring in poultry, was 
I he unanimous choice lor president, 
ami following his election, be ascunicil 
change of the meeting. The vole for 
%ice-pres»ileiit resulted in the selection 
of Mr. Lincoln, and because Mr, .lorgeu- 
seu refused the nomination lot secre- 
tary, it was decided hi i oslpoiie the 
election of a member for this office un- 
til the next meeting, Mr. Jorge lisen 
conseniinu toaet as temporarj >ecietary. 
The club has been t.. lined Bat onh 
with the intention of havinu outhide 
speakers address the meeting*, but also 
with the idea of having the asx.ciatioii 
act H a foitim at which saii.ois snb- 

j, .,-!«,. ceiniuu (.otiltrs adult I be dis- 

..usaed. The -indents are t«. h«W full 
Charge of the club. <.. it wa> decided 
that at the next meeting Mr. Hwhei 
«,,uld debate with Mr. Iracy on Na 
tural Incubation vs Artitieial Ineuba- 
lion, foilowin«„' which there would be 

an open dlseBwh " ''ie subject-. 

Aller some dliieaiipipa, it was vou-d that 
a .oiiiinittce of three. fOnslHllUM "I the 
( .i, -iden', vicepresideiit, and Mr. Ma. 
F ague, draw Up a con,iitiiiioii and iM 
.,1 by-laws to be presented at the next 

mertina. 

It is hoped that at the m-xt meeting 
which will be held Thurndas. Feb. JUai 
ri.;tti or immediately ati.i In. Sealye'i 
lecture, that not only all men, but also 
aJl ,,,-e.U interested in ponlm. will 
attend. 



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Northampton • • Mass. 

GOLDSTEIN BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. 

Where ttie Best 

PHOTO-PLAY 
FEATURES . . . 

Are slum n. 

Program chanted daily except Monday 

and Tuesday. 

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S. S. HYDE 

Jt-w-flt-r- »»t*«I Oplloiun 
IS neasaat Wrest 

Oculists' Prescriptions Filled 

Broken Lenses Accurately Replaced 

Fine Watch Repairing 

Promptly aid Skilfully Done 

Hfttisfaetlfiit iHianiiiteid 



"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

We have a supply of fre-h 

Carnations, Rosas, Vioiets 

Also Potted Plants 

t.li«»\v\ n\ Till < Wll'i> 



1923 LOOSES ITS FIRST 

CAME TO NORTHAMPTON 



03t«3ticat Valley Chimptom Get 
Too Big a Lead in First Hall. 

Saturday afternoon, at the Drill Mall, 
the Freshman Varsity basketball t.um 
wan defeated by Northampton High 
School by the «l..-i -, ,lt ..( M*M, TMli 
learn wa» ilo- la»te«t which the Kre*h- 
nien have encountered this >.-.n, ami 
t he same wa« fast ihroiiiiltoiit, Norh- 
am|ii»n uot ihe juui|.on m jus! after 
the *iail. and ran »i |* a WWifcW 
proved torn hard to ovrreotue, 

Cnntnln Ttimet . '%%, started hi- team 

„fi well with the Itrst ba*Uc> of t to 

game. Hut Vi»ltiit.«, Northampton"* 

niar forward, look the ftegfcww hj '»'■ 

prist', (Raking tbtec baakala and two 

free try* almom imni«MliaU'lv. llthottgh 

«B came bark with ■ t wln-.onnter. 

VorthHU»|.toii kept up its whirlwind 

start, so that at the and of the lirst 

half, the wore st««il Ml * in its favor 

The feature or the name wa« HWn 

i-..m<»hii<-k in t lie seiorid hill. T»m«J 
again ulnrtwl the Martin with the pret- 
tietit basket of the «auie, and with 
tlraynon'ii help ran up 12 prfstl, Mo- 
Fresliiiiaii defeaat lightened, hu 
v.. riiiai. »).!•"« in •■<" haakei. The* EMI 
ami Kos.n started .1 rall| »h eh J»ul the 

Hftlne on ice. Nol i Intm [>ti>ii >. ti;iiii 
work w;o> "I '''«" b««,t . while ViilinicH 
and /, n sb«Wfj«l gn i 1 nhouttag ability, 



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Students' Appliances 



THE COLLECE STORE 



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We are now represented at 
M. A.C.by U»e College Store. 
Our sales slips are good for 2 
per cent on any purchase that 
you make there. 

This means a saving for you 
and extra husine-s for US. 

Still plenty ol those Leather 
and Sheepskin Coats. Don't 
wait until the cold weather is 
all over before you get yours. 



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iS 

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Drop in for a meal or over 

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NEW FRATERNITY RELAY 

RECORD MADE 2:08 1-5 



Postponed Races to be Run Feb. 27 
and March 3. 

Thursday the 1'bi .si^ma kappa learn 
hung up a new record in the iuterl'rat. 
laces, wheu it ran ayaiusl Theta Chi in 
J:t)8 1-B. The well balanced team that 
broke the record consisted of Al act ready 

2H, who did 883-6; Allen 'il wlio made 
■ 11 4-."> :Newell '2\, who's time wun ;i2B-5: 
.iml Wood worth '2:1 in 111 4-6. The 
former record was held jointly bySiuma 
I'll i Kpsilou and Lamba (hi Alpha. 

Postponed Fraternity Relay Races. 

I KIIUIAKV 27. 

Ka)i|»aSi<iina vs. Alpha Gamma Hho 
I'hi .siuma Kappa vs. Kappa Gamma l'hi 
Theta t'hi »f, hiyma IMii Kpsilou 

mai:i ii ;i 
Kappa Niirina vs. Alpha Sigma i'bl 
i,i. T. V. vs. Lambda t'hi Alpha 
Phi Nii: m si Kappa \s. A Ijdia tiainma liho 



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9.30 

11.80 
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Mass. 



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Thfiusandu of lie I^vsl «*ream Sep 
araiiirs have been sold !•• yning peo- 
t'le jusl heginninK in rim a farm, \m- 
eauae a father or friend wanted to 
m« than start right. 

The older people know from e\pe 

• Hie that ihe I)« I^avftl skims clesB- 
«r. runs easier and lasts longer, They 
:0s«» remember ihe larvlea th»>> baTe 
always rerelved from the I)e IatsI 
1 ontpany aad its agents. 

Ihe superiority gf lbs B> l^val and 

<hn uninterrupted service back of it 

:irn rr-M|Hin«]blefor the fact thai there 

if.- more pt 1 .a sals in U»e than of nil 

r make* combined. 

lay lime is a good time to hay a 

" U»*»l Cream Separator— to start 
"•ting cream, aa well as time and 

i f mm wsat to "it*n rf*ht,'* iw# mmrm% 
Us $Mnl «s«Dt, I f jrni dci not Ie»o« kH 
w«b. writs to nearest Dt I**sl Mm, 

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CAMPUS CALENDAR. 

Wl UNK.-HA V. I'KH. 1H. 

7-80 i*. m. — Graduats Club meeting, ! 
Clark Ball, Boom A. 

7-30 P. M. — Basketball, Freshmen vs. 
» >i ftttgfl High. 
Tin nsiiAv. Ki:n. IB. 

6-10 r. m. — Leclnre, Dr. Scclvc. Bow- 
kcr A iiditorium, 

0-30 p. m. — Poultry Club meeting, 
Sloek bridge Uall, Room 114. 

7-tH) i*. m. — Chemistrv Clob meeting, 
< Ibemtsl ry Laboratory. 

H-tH) r. m. — Itaskethsill, Dartmouth vh. 
M, A. <*., Drill Ball, 

FatoAi , Knit. 20. 
7-4tt a. M.— Chapel. 

rt-lf» e. m. -Freshmau Class toeetlug, 
Social I'liioii Booms, 

7 •801*. m. — lotarelaaa Baaketball. 
h-iki p. n.— Bask el ball, I'ratt institute 
vs. M. A. C. sit llionklyii. 
,V\n KDA s , Pi I* 21. 

8^00 r. m.~ Basketball, Hartford High 

School vs. M. A. <'., at Drill 

Hall. 
3-00 !•- m. Hockey. Williams vs. M. \, 

«.. at Williamslown. Hall. 
3-00 p. M.— Hockey, Willist.ni ss. M A 

C, Sods., at Kasthampion. 
0-00 P, M. — Motion I'icllircs, .Social 

Inioii, Howkei \inliioiium. 
IMHI p. W. Itasketball, Mcveiis vs \l 
\. I ., Iloboken. N. .1. 

M M»AV, Fill. 22, 

4-30 P. si. Chapel. Mr. II ami lion II. dt. 

\< m York City. 

MOJfllAY, Kkii. 23. 
Ilxlulay. No eUu^ss. 

I i i -i. s\ , Fkii. 24. 
7-00 p. m. -Seriate meeting .Old t 'ha pel. 
7-00 p. M.— Pomology meeting, French 

Hall. 
Wkum n v> Yi II. 25. 
8^0 p. m.— Assemhls . 
1<m P. Jl.— Animal Husbandry Club 

meeting, Bowker \udttoiium. 
7-:t0 p. o.— Floriculture Club meet tog, 

French Hall. 



PRATT INSTITUTE GAME 

[CobUhuimI frtMB tmm* H 

points that raiseil the winners" ewN 
in 17 

The d e feaal ye work of both teams 
throughout was b««mI, as imlicsfwl by 
the small score, and ihe ideas, fast 
playing of the entire l*ratt learn was a 
feature, with Koih scoring nil of his 
out fit's points. 

For ib# Maroon ami While t.owrly 
kept the rival forward* shuts si a low 
mark, and Urayson did good work from 
the foul line, 

The lineup 



i.rayiMiti, rf 
A, Smith, If 
Thompson, c 
Uowdy, Ig 
I ami , rg 
Sled man, rg 



A. C 
H. 

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Tola!, 1 

paATT I3«ST1TI 
B. 

Bogari. Ig 

Inland. rg ■ 

Kroner, e I 

lioih.rf 1 

Schramm, if 1 

Hnlera, If 



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11 

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10 



Totals, 1 1 H» 

s,„reftl half lime— M, A.C. 7, |*raD 

lost It ate 2, Bt leres \-i Inall of 

springlield. Tissei MaeLaagblis oi 

M A.C. Scr« i I,... ksvoiHi of M \ i 
Tinip-2tt ruin periods. 



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Come to us for 

Fireplace Goods, Goat and Trooser Hangers 

Ever Ready Flash Lights and Paint 

Clothes and Shoe Brushes 

Anything in Hardware and Cooking Utensils 

Always glad to see )oti. 

THE MUTUAL PLUMBING & HEATING GO. 



The rhappl hour for V*-\\, tt will be 

ebasgvd from '.» v. m fa l -:jo p. M. The 

iker, Mr. Hamilton Holt of New 

^nik< if , will dlaea*! wrtaia Imfport* 

ant iiriro-ipM-- i.f t lo- l'i 

,.f Mat tons, Mr II oil it • dl ol d! tin 

/,./> )•• n-li hi aad I • • •* tiiiirmati oftht 1 

aaaeatlvt eommlitae of Ike League foj 
1 Enfiiri-e ivm-e. 



College Candy Kitchen 



THI PLACE TO 01 



Home-made Choo)lates and Conations 



MADE DAILY- 



Creams and Biscuit centers 



FRUITS 



Hurm 



Taffies 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



COMBINATIONS DESIRABLE 

FOR EFFICIENCY ONLY 

Dr. Mo Full Considers Big Business 
Desirable to Prevent Waste, 

Dr. J. V. MoKall spoke to t lie mem- 
bers of the Agricultural Eeonomlet 

f'lub.at the meet i ny held Tuesday even- 
iiiy, Feb, lit, on "Government Control 
of Business/' Dr. MeKall Is n I anad- 
i an, and during (lie war was actively 

engaged in duties brought on by the 
upset conditions, serving for a time, 
ami until (In* office was abolished, at 
cunt rotter of the lliyii Pood Price Com- 
m Union. 

Tb e n i'M ueeting Will be held Feb. 
24, at which i be manager of i lie ggatata 
Farm Association will be the speaker. 



• 'ATKIMMi Mill 

Proms, Bats, Informal Dances 

Also SANDWICHES SOLD 

Al UtAIKICMTIKS K\ Kir» MliHT 



Gallup at Holyoke 

a«-a*7 n Kill ST., 

Sells 

Hart Schaffner & 
Marx Clothes 

Coma daw ii i'i Holyoke and eaa <»ur 
big iton 



DUROC-JERSEYS AND POLAND 
CHINA HOGS FAVORED 

Animal Husbandry Club Hears Stu- 
dent Reports. Mr. Smith De- 
scribes English Farming. 

The meeting of Ihe Animal Baa* 

bandrv club, last Wediiesda\ evening.! 

Feu. li, opened with a shun buttaees 
sesaion. The eoaelllulton and by-lawn 

were nail, ami it was n intended 

thai t he chili officers be elected at (be 
eml of the second tost ead of the third 
tern, Thla will be voted an al the next 
Bteatlng, Mo Important bnsluesa was 
t rnosaeted, 

Reports were given on tbe good feat- 
ures of different bog l»reeds by Hunker 
and Ilaslam '21, ami liarnard '22. 'I'lie 

Duroc-Jerseys are unattractive, bnl are 

(be most widely adapted bogs, and Ihe 

best for killing purposes. The Chanter 
Whites are found mostly In the West, 

and are noted lor their large si/e,lcngt h, 
and big hone. The Poland China 
breed has been marked especially by 
an ad \ a nee in cood breeding : I be steady 
di ma ml for th.s breed last year is a good 

sign oi proeperity. 



AMHERST BOOK STORE 

Note Hooka Fountain Pens 



C. F. OYER 



UNIFIED EFFORT AGAINST 

EVIL MOST DESIRED 

Rev. W. W. Weeks Urges Every 
Man to Play the Oame. 

The speaker last .Sunday in t'hapel 
BUM the Uev.VV. \V. Weeks, »f .Springfield. 

lie pointed out i lie advantages of unity 
••I purpoae l aad urged everyone to take 
a deinlte aim to work for. At sn ex- 

ample be pointed la the Protestant 
charchea, oomparieg them to m open 
band .1- a n.e.imt ui comba t Una tail §j 
Rgalaal the onllled fiat, aad li* abtlHj 

to carry its |H»int as oonipared with ■ 
dUunlted hand, A man slum hi we! In 
develop himself a* an all aroliml man. 

luolgg himself, nnil iioi lici imi! over- 

developed along one Haw, aa <«»• >>»an> 
are Inclined to do. If we do, tMM «lsy 
we will need some pari wbb-h wc have 
not developed end like the ostrich, who 
lias neglected the development ..( IiIpi 
wings, will get Into too deep water for 
our legs and he lost. 



Full Line of 

COLLEGE JEWELRY 

Let u» serve vou. 

ARTHUR P. WOOD 

197 Main St,, "Hump.** 



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All of our dairy products arc made 
from pMteurwed milk and cream, 

Salt and Succt latter. 

Cottage.Neufchatel.Olive, 
Pimento and Club ClteM* 

Send for our price li 



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Massachusetts Agricultural College 
▲■bent Mass, 



CAMPUS NOTES 

The tJraduela Club will bold a meet- 
ing 1.. night at e80 In Clark Hall. Ibmm i 
A, Professor Frederic U, Tbuuipmin , of i 
Amherst Cotlege, will be the speaker' 
aad will Illustrate hta talk with slides! 
given to htm by the French Govern- j 
went, All regular at wden is and u Altera 
of the college are Invited to attend. 

Hockey Announcement 

Cnlemi the coadlUowi of the ice rinks 
Improve noes pecfedly there will hen.. 
mure games this season, 

Hamilton Halt Neat Sunday. 

The speaker In (Impel, Sunday, Feb. 
H, will he Mr Hamilton RoH, editor of 
the In>if^m4mt t Mr, Holt was born la 
Brooklyn. New V»rk , Augu-i JH, 1*T», 
and graduated from Yale College In 
1W*, He w«« ntiiiRf[iii)t editor of the 
j„.i. r . „ h ,>t fr.ui 1891 in IMS, when he 
1 1 nr sni 1 |tg tdltoi and owner. He has 
lertnted eoaatderahly throughout the 
entire country and »i» decorated with 
i he Order of the Sacred Treasure by the 
hmpemr of Japan in IBIS, Uetsan 
author and has published rwolmok*. 
"t'limincri sialism and journalism" In 
lwtunml "Uodlitlftgalehed Americans" 
in JBOfi, He is also an occaateMl con- 
tributor to review's. 



The largest electric sign 
In the world advertises 

WRIGLEYS 

on Times Square. New York 
City: it is 250 feet long. 70 
feet high. Made up of 1 7*286 
electric lamps. 

The fountains play* tbe 
trade mark changes, read- 
ing alternately U/RIGLEVS 

SPEARMINT. DOUBLEMINT* 
and JUICY FRUIT, and tbe 
Spearmen "do a turn." 



TMs sUo to seen 
boo .000 people froM 



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Tight 



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J. H. T10TT, Pkasant Strwt 

HENRY ADAMS & GO. 

The Rexall Store 



Your Shoe Repaired 

WHILE YOU WAIT 



Drugs 



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COLONIAL INN 

w a ei,,.j 

nessani strcei 

JUST BEFORE YOU ENTER THE CAM- S 

The stadrnt prtbartag place f- f 

Ihe real Imrnf f-miklng end 

eiillege life. 

Wet- klv and Tran§Kn» 





MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 



Vol. XXX. 



Amherst, Mass., Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



VARSITY QUINTET TAKES 
FAST GAME FROM PRATT 

lirooklyn Institute is Second Victim 
of Week. 



SERVICES FOR LATE ALLAN 
L STILES IN OLD CHAPEL 

Two-year Man Died of Pneumonia on 
February 8th. 



I lie Aggie baskatball Bf a, bjl virtue 
iii clever paaawork, ooupled with eloM 
yiiaid'nm, iU able to win it« sixth 
ttuuie of tba s«aaoa unci tbatr a s oood ot 

I lir w >ik on taal Krida> ivi-niny; Ihe 

Foal I'raii instiiuie taaiB of Brooklyn 
lifting on Ihe lillle end of ;i 1T-H> count 
I li>,,r baskatl nuiuhered only I wo in the 
lirjil half, lb Pan both in the ereilit ot tbe 
Maroon and White basket tiissi'is, and 
iliough l'ratt garnered only one double 
.(.•■■ker duriiiL' the second period, tbe 
i, ml sbootlDf of their rtffal lorward. 
K.iih, |»1uh their delense (bat kept the 
Atfgie forwardn well in band, kept tbe 
wMiors always in ihe i unninu, and at 
the middle ot this period narrowed 
Massacbttaette 1 lead to two peioti. in 
1 1. 1 lrt«i live minutes Agnle began to 
draw abead, and added the points thai 
..■d:*hed a substantial lead ami won 
i lit- ualue. 

I he uame started taat,aad Ihe ball 

worked up and down the llmir. with 

rlose gnsrdlng preventing both sides 

?r..in shooting. The same went thus, 

wiili but b sides falling toaoat* either 

frmn the Hwor or in cbancen from the 

1..11I line, far eleven minute*, before 

Htajraoa sunk a free try 1.1 tki lirrn 

II- ii-pi-aied a nilntile later, 

.Hid then on the tip off, pattoed the 

'•- to four points by taming along 

• Ihm front I be »h*or, lb»th dropped one 

!i..fii tbe foul line for Pratt, for Ibelr 

rust score, and Urayson atlded one for 

M A, r. immediately after. Koib re- 

•edin sborl order, and just liefore 

kal fi ended ibe Aggie captain soored 

l Mini Boor basket of the game, 

«r..m down under Ihe hoop, making ibe 

Thoaipwjn broke into tbe scoring with 

nt.lf decker at the beginning of the 

fid |-eri«Ml, Increasing Agaie'n lead 

o 11 pointa. Pratt Institute t.Mik a 

. . Itnili neoring bis teani'ii !in«t ihor 

nid sinking two from tbe foul 

Tbe game began to tighten at 

!it« j >.i!H , and the gap between teofSI 

wim narroweil to two points when the 

er right lorward of tbe visitors 

n tbot true to the mark from the 

i "ii tine, OrayiioB eootrlbuted two 

«■ im rreB tries, fttedraan reptaced 

Imui at right guard, and after Both 

bwl narrowed M. A, t'.'i lead to three 

it the Institute iitiiiiiel took lime 

11, Hittera replacing Scbrafrin when 

iilay w«« resumed. Btedoian dribbled 

la* It-tijrtb of the court and sunk a t*m 



A memorial service was held lasi 
Sunday in I lie Old t'hapel for Allan 
Langille SI iles, w bo died of pneumonia 
at the College Inlirinaiy. Nuudas 
morning Kelnuary S. Mi. Stiles i-aiue 
hi-ie last tall from l.illlplon, and was 
enrolled as a two-year student. In spile 
ot |diysieal weakness Ihronuhout his 
lite, he showed uiulaunletl spirit ami 
great ambit ion. 

"We shall meet him no more on I he 
campus of this colleue," I'lof. I'helan 
said in reviewiiur Mr. Sliles life. "Imi 
bis spirit will Ilea Of), The spirit thai 
SODl him, trail in body but stron» in I 
coiirajje tbrottgb high school anil to col j 
lege, t" gala an adacatlon, to make 1 be j 

most ot Ins lile thai he miyht I I 

mi vice will he with his clas-.males.wil h 
Bb teacheis. It is that Spirt! thai 
makes a colleue. It is that tptlft thai 
makes a worthy, useful life". 

"The dealh ot the JOOag,thoM in the 
moriiinu oi lite, is one of the ureal 

mysteries, the great tragedies uf exist- 
ence. Wc can undersiaiid the pM l l ag 
oi those who have lived tbe allotted 
stars, of those who have done Iheir 
work, who have reaehetl Iheir goal, uml 
who in the late evening of life in the 
lhadoe/ of the rock ot eiciniiy lie down 
to rest. Hut when a pmus •»':••• «.i 1 
young woman In love with life, filled 
with ihe joy of living, pannes beyond 
our ken we face one ot the greatest 
problem* of human existence. It is then. 
more iban at any other time ibal our 
thought* turn to Immortality. w< 
know that la the frovideeoe ••< 9b4, ia 
His great eroaomy. there is for every 
blade of Krass.furevery lh>wi t and seed, 
the prtonise id another spriogttwe and 
for tbe soul of man, life elt-raal. 

''In that Providence Wt trust tu meet 
again in a lite immorlal our friend and 
clans mate, Allan l«ngllle stHeM*. 



FOUR CLASSES TIED IN 
DEADLOCK .600 



Two-year Men Hits Mot Won a 
Oame Tat, 

The classes are now tied In (he inter- 
elass basketball neries, fitit of twelve 
games played each lias won three and 
leaf 1 wo. The ImI gamiw played were 
la»l Thursday night when the Sentow 
beat the j*M|iliouiore« in 1 close game 
wilh the si lire 24 to 1 1 ; ami Ibe licit 
,„eii won iiver the Juniors with a ware 



PROFESSOR HICKS ELECTED 
PRESIDENT OF E. I. C. T. A. 

Representatives of Ten Colleges Ex- 
press Their Respect for M. A. C. 
Athletic Leader. 

M it meeting ot ibe representatives 
ot the Rasters intercollegiate track ■»- 

soclalion last Saturday at Hotel Kim- 
ball, Springfield, Profeeaoi tJurrj 8, 
Hicks, licueral Manager of Athletics al 
II, \ C. was elected prealdeat of lha 
asaociation, succeeding K, M Jones ot 
f'olgate, This association consists oi 
representatives from the followlag cob 
legei aad Institutes: fWgate t Bteteos, 
si. Lawrence, New Hampshire, Hut] 
Cross, Worcester lech. Boaton t'ttileue, 
Hprlngiield, Rhode Island siate, ami 
Massachusetts Ai-iicuhural College. 
Tbe data ot May 8 far the Manual in 

leieollt Igtaie I lack Meel at l'ratt Kield 
in wlii h leu teams are now sine to pal 
ticipate was decided upon at Ihe Intel 
j tit; . Tin it* is alio a |MMBllb4lit) ol t 011- 
iicciieui Aurlculi nra I Cotlege being 
represented at tbe 1 it. Keveral New 

*» oik toilettes welc s . I > nnisioUs to en 
ter, hilt welc not able to die BO M klM 

dale 1 -iinllielH « It h that ol Ho Mobile 

Atlantic meet. 

\mong the ones! ions thai came Up al 
llu- meeting was as to whether the 
liatniiiei-lbroW Should be ILlcd for this 
year or not. At the meet 11111 last \ . .1 
at who li Ihe urgaBitUUton Wa-« ftinnetl. 
ii wa* . tlecitleil ibal the hammer throw 

be sHmtaated from the H«i «»f sveoti 

At this met'Uiitf. ho-se-ter, J. T, 0oM< 
■talk, the) teprcscntatlve from St, Law 
reece College, peiiiituieti \, t\ streagt; 
in favor of again bavtog ihe hamtiicr- 
thrttw. The general feeling was eglHmri 
this, us the hammer throw is iic'inii 
eliminated frttm mt»si coltege einliw. It 
being considered one <d Ike itoiet dan. 
gerous events in Ctdlege .ports. The 
linaltlecistoH will nut be given, htiwever, 

until ibe next meeting which will Ih» 
licit] m Worcester la abrtal two weeks. 
laofker qaaafbaa d tscawed w«* the 
.,f makJag Ihe meet « two 
nstcatl of raaatag It In a 
ay as was f he ease last year, 
late «« ibe ad't "-out aapinai 
the fact 'h 1 " s oma of tbe 

w ,,„i,} i„,i be able lO s*»fi tbetr i»«bb Sll I 

for an e*ira day. tlo ml araa that 

the meet should remain a on«-tia* 
affair. 

The high pl«« that M. A . t . now 
bidds in Ibis association Is duett* the 

line workitia aptrH of the college ami 
ii« represeiitativea. The fine work that 

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No. 18 

AL. SPAULDING RESIGNS 
AS ALUMNI SECRETARY 

Has Accepted Position as Advert ising 

Manager for Norwell Stores 

in Boston. 

\iici seven months ol successful 

work in bchalt ol the Xlninni Meiuoital 

Building drive and tbe collage affairs in 

ceneial. \. W . Spaiildiui: ' 17, last wcik. 

tendered his reslg nation as assistant 

secret at \ of Ihe \«.u'i;llr Alumni, and 

Col lege field ageal. Tbe ifamal Kam 
ntfva Committee met on fVh, Li ami 
decided in make 1 lose tare posit ton* 

pel iiiaiteul and open to one man, 
Ki.riiicrh Ibe I wo ollices were -.eparatc. 

bm 1 in-, v% ,1-. bald bj Kpaaldlag, to 
getbei with the )io«iiion ot nsslataol 
■eeretarj of tbe Alumni, 

\ W. Spauldlng bad recent l> a. 
■ cptcl a posttlfta M ailveiln.iuir man 

■get In the Adverthdwg tJaparimeal <■! 

Ihe shcpaid 1 ii 1 . ti no in stores, form 

crly the sbcp;iitl. Soiwell sloles Ot 

Winter street, Temple place, Tremoot 
■treat, Uoetoa, aad began work Mm 
day, i' 1 ' W Hibi h ome will be at !"• 

Hrewticr rttatl, Scwion Highlands. 

Hpauhliuu is ,1 grmluaie ol the class 
..» I'.in.the July of thai year be en- 
listed far uvetemui lathe laabenM C«t- 
lege Ambulance I nil. Immediate!) 
on his return from Kiam. , Jun I, IU1H, 
lir became eiiaauetl in Work for I lie col 
leue, e.pet iall> Oil the Alumni Meitioi 

lal work, which hint btpttu carried 
through wllhiiieal success . Thi«dri\( 
W bleb has been ihe largest undertak- 
ing, probably, In Ibe blstnrj ««f ibeeoL 
has resulted in Ike securing of a 
llttteg memorial for iboee M, \,C, men 

who made the suprouif »«• rilict.. The 

n, null' 1 im. lion ot the htiildlnu 

U now ammrnd. <>i tbe owe handreil 

ami lltlv llouissntl ibtllars wanted, •«• 
hundred ami fotty»flve thousand b>» 
bi -en pledged ami ibe nra tract baa been 
1,1 1,, t f 1 .1 Mprtagtield. K*- 

1.. 1 the balhitag will fta Iwtun 

in tbe Utter part of March, just at MR 
,,. t i.l l« wurksblc, 

I !,. balbilag an has been planned 
• mm ■ h, plat soath <d the 
tinl faclag Luicolti avenue 

toa't I to prim ip.il 

. iii loiilil 

I. ol I In lifiilif 1 ft t; 

rttad 1 »i tier flit raiict» 
liieoln avenne^aod at 



and the 



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■ 1 from eltwe range, Antu 

from foul by the Pratt captain 

■ d to be the eitent of their scoring, 

for Aggie, (iraysoH and Thompson, 

latter with a neat shot from the ex- 

•• shic ,,f the court, added the three 



I her ""' ■** *" ,h *' **""*Hi ,,f ,hw lB * aT1 liMall Ihe 



to dale Is am follows: 



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represent at IVCI 

meeting. 



ng of thi» honor to Mm 

I ilc »s t|iert» win- no 
1 1 ..in M \, G. at the 



\t a meetltig In tbe Rntowotesry 
Ituiiding. Tuesilav evening, K.»». 10, ibe 
Menorah Bm l«tj dlaem^trf, Ifl «» epea 



Will 1 " 
siliiitt I tia| 
and iilit.^itatl 

irunt and mala 

m u w 
facing I tii 

will be <oi tfca 

t he molt fi ead. 
dewtgaad la tin 

waifs «nd in 11 1 
by James || 1 
tin the Brat I 
ami recrea'iitti 
imttial ttOOm 
north Weal 1 

will be asp. 
tiitu the aervb 
I the e« 
will be till t he ~e 

•a seal intt 1 aps 



fotum tbe prtn«1ple« of 3. Slitt W T ilson. | ,^,,1, There 



I li. to. i.i'ing has b»»n 

• with brick 

. an devhwil 

hi if-biturt, 

0..1 there will be billiard 

I....I.,- aii.i in the VI. 
Which It plated In the 

. r ..1 1 in- building, then 

11 . ill I 1 C<llllllli*|I|tll ,t 

, , ,., I,, World War ol 

*tthsge, Ibe antiilftrititii 

eeoiid tltmr antl Will have 

111 of aletiii four tinii 

s nhvtf on tbla Moor a 






The Massachusetts Collegiao, Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 



No Matter 

How Perfect 

Your Attire 

Your appearance \n marred milese youi 

Footwear is Correct 



The place to go for College Shoes 



The Holyoke Valve & Hydrant Co. 

Jobber* of Wrought Iron and limns Pipe. 
Valves and I'lt tln^s for Steam, Water and 
QM, Asbestos and MasMBtt Hnller and Ope 
t nii'i!ni!», i'llici ut li.Ski-l' I). Mil! Supplies 
KiiKliK'ft'H and CssMMM for Steam and 
Hot Water Heating, Automatic Sprinkler 
Bystems, Bolter and Kngltie Connections. 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Stephen Lane Folgkr. ttoci 

M v v i im i i ui %. , JKWBLRM 

ISO BROADWAY, SRW YORK 

i 1. 1 ' it AND » (H.1,1 •:«. i: 
FINS AND KINUH a* 

OOl.n, MII.VIBR AND KSHNSiR MHI«At.«» 



Aggie Stationery 

with Class Numerals 

1920 TO 1923 



special room Ml aside tor the use of the 

Alumni, ami a loggil encloKed with 
large French windows, while from the 
inched windows ot the audilorium a 
wonderful view of (he Connecticut Val- 
ley may he realized. 

Much of tbll accomplishment should 
be credited to .Swauldinsj. Besides bis 
•Sofia in behalf of this drive, be has 
liccn active in the publicity work for 
the College, For the past three or four 
months he has been working on an il- 
lustrated booklet of the t'ollege, which 
will be published within two or three 
weeks. It was largely through his 
efforts 1 that the Alumni Bulletin was 
inaugurated which has shown from 
time to time the progress of the Memo- 
rial drive. He has also served on sev- 
eral committees and spoken at several 
Of Ibe meetings during the big drive 
f..r the funds. In addition to this, be 
haa been conducting correspondance 
with propective students for the college, 

The Alumni executive committee has 

been deliberating opoB several who 

may be chusen for the ollic. I..M.I ainp- 
l.ell of the class f'f mat) has been ap- 
pointed In lake Spaiildinu's place, lie 
assumed bis duties last Monday. 



While" cage for the lone tally. 

For Dartmouth the work of Tbreshie 
was of high class while for Aggie, 
Leavitl, Lyons and Dowd worked 
well. 

The Summary : 

Dartmouth 
Rothcbild lw, 
Cody, r 
Fiske, c 
l toss, rw 
Tbreshie, p 
Paisley, cp 
tiale, g 



M. A. C. 

lw, Leavilt 

r, Dowil 

c, Snow 

rw, Lyons 

p, Collins 

cp, ('raits 

g, Delahinit 

Score - Dartmouth 1, If. A. C. 0. Goal 
Tbreshie. Keferee, J. I*. Bowler. Time 
90 minute periods. Two live minute ex- 
tra periods, 

CLASS OFFICERS FOR REST 

OF TERM ELECTED 



OWN HALL 



Thursday 

Mat. at 3 
Eve. at 8 

Friday 



Ellen Tarry in 

••HerBreatest Performance" 

Path* Naws Matt and Jeff 

Topics 

Hall Room Boys Comedy 



A. J. HASTINGS 

Newsdealer and Stationer 
Amherst * - • Ma-* 



COMPLETE NEW STOCK 

Shoes, Boots, Rubbers 



Expert Repair Work Done 

Shoe Shini Stash 



J. GINSaURG, If Fleeiant Street 



HOCKEY TEAM LOSES OVER- 
TIME CONTEST TO DARTMOUTH 

Threehie Cages Winning Tally In First 

Few Minutes Of Second 

Overtime Ferlod. 

ll required two overtime periudH for 
ibe Dartmouth puck chaser* to register 
; , rtctorj over the "Aggie" sepiei la-i 
WiiliicMlay. February 11, on I he llano- 



M 1 1 1 , 1 I I JEWELRY STORE 



. / ( uft Unkt, l*ofi Collar Pins. 
Violin, Haul.., Mmitelin Strings 




Suits made to order 
Dress Suits to Rent 



ItHSt ALTERIN6. CLEANIN6, PRESSIN6 

LABROVITZ 

Ttflff ill Setts' Fwilskiip 



H 

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SHEPARD 



D 



rw rink. From a "Ureen" viewpoint 
the uaine was Ibe fastest and roughest 
one ever witnessed an the Dartmouth 

Ice. 

The only ami winning tally was scor- 
ed by a clever shot from Threshie*s 
•ilck alter a brief scrimmage In Iroiii of 
i he "MariH.n and White" cage. The 
;.,,or condition of ihe lee contributed to 
make the gams a s»»od shinny fest in 
i he first few minutes of play and the 
iim. or learn work fur either side was 
made impossible. The goal tending was 
of high order throughout the contest, in 
fact It was the feature of the game 
lime ami lime again Delabnnt made 
sensational stops and fiale* wonderful 
work for Ihwl month was the only factor 
thai prevented "Aggie" from returning 
the vietiu. 

The opening of the llrmi half found 
l».tb sides <|Ulte at sea as to (he use of 
the hoard- due to the exceedingly bad 
eomlU'nn of the lee. Sever*! fltebef 
were made toward both goals resulting 
in hard scrimmages often directly In 
front of the cages hut good shooting 
could not lie coupled with fast advances 
down t he surface. It waa at ihese par- 
licular time* that the two defences ap- 
■icared In the limelight far outshining 
any work done by i he forward*. The 
end of the Stat period found the teams 
fighting hard to break the deadlock but 
to no avail, iteore, (MI, 

NViih l he opening of the second half 
the mm of rough tartiea enmmeneetl la 
such an extent thai several plavi* 
were sent to the side lines by (he refe» 
ree. The puek traveled np and down 
the ice with increased speed as time de« 
creased bat the necessary punch was 
lacking to cage the winning tally. Sev- 
eral long shot a were stticmpipd IMe 
< i -Hfully and (he end of the Rinond per- 
ii«l found ihe teams siill in deadlock. 

Fire mi nu tea of overtime were agreed 
upon by the two captains and in the 
second overtime period Tbreshie sink 
the elmive rubber in ihe "Maroon and 



Banquet Scrap Officers To Be Elected 
Later. 

The Class of M9S held a meeting in 
the Social In ion Rooms last Friday 
evening at 6-lft, New class officers were 
elected as follows: 

President, Donald it. Alexander; vice- 
president. Trcscott T. Abele; treasurer, 
Marshall .N. Uodsden : secretary, Gilbert 
11. Irish; class captain, Raymond T. 
Grayson; sergeant-al-arms, Conrad I.. 
Winh ; class historian, Kruest Putnam. 

These officers will go out ot office at 
the beginning of next term when, ac- 
cording lo Senate rules, tiie class will 
elect its officers for the ltain|'tet scrap. 

After the election, da-* cheers were 
gjfgg lor each of the retiring officers 
and then R. IS Friend gave bis report 
on i he progress of the Freshman play 



Bryant Washburn in 

"Venus in the East" 

Pictograph 
Hack Sennett Comedy 

Enid Bennett in 

"Die Haunted Bedroom" 

g^Sew. n. 1 ..n." S m..hl^i.rri.r.- 
6-45,8-30 Mews Comedy 



Hat. at 3 
Eve. at 8 



Saturday 



Monday «*•*"»•*"»'• •***" 

Mabel Normand In 
Eve. at 8 "XJ pStftirS jj'n,, 



Holiday 



Pathe Review 



Corned \ 



PLYMOUTH INN 

Northampton 

Quiet and Comfortable— Evii 
facility for 

BANQUETS, PARTY DINNERS 

European Plan. 



Our 



ive, MR. T. M. FLEMING 

will he at the 



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NASH BLOCK 

MONDAY and TUESDAY, 
FEBRUARY 23rd and 21th, 

WITH A COMPLETE SHOWING OF 

Spring 
SUITS and TOPCOAT 
SPORT CLOTHES 

FURNISHINGS 

HATS and SHOES 

For College Men 




FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 
Men's Shops-2 to 8 Wert 38th St. —Street Uv«§ 



The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, February 18, 1920. 




CLOTHES OF CUSTOM QUALITY 

If you think that foundry made suits can by any possibility 
equal the custom quality of Campion's Tailored Suits, pay the 
penalty, wear and forswear the spurious stuff. 

CAMPION, the Only Trained Cutter and Tailor in Amherst. 



A. C. LOSES FIRST GAME 
ON OWN FLOOR TO M. A. C. 



LEGISLATION REQUIRES MORE 
WORK THAN COMMENCEMENT 



S ibstitutions Work Well for Aggia Congreeaman Treadway Explained 
Score 27-22. the Work of National Legislation. 



tin.- ot ih** most creditable gamca 

played ••>• as Aggie baaketball 

i took place at tin* Connecticut 

.ultiiral College, at Storm, Cone., 

,.• TIiiiimIhy ttlgbt, when t niicli l.i ay 

■ leaw won by a teure of -7 t«> ti, 

Tlii* uaint* WM ihe Rrtl in tlM hiMm.v 

,,i M, \ 1. Alhlelic Association I hul 

team baa Ruse tn Connecticut lu 

i n, , It wan t an first beating that tbe 

siMtri tram bad suffered on ita own 

iv.-ryi h'unj ■eetaed t«» be against 

\»«H' men at Ihe stall; Ibe <<>.i. h 

,1 the team, M. Urayaon, wa«* unalile to 

,,i)i. site Iteciitine of a hail cohl, » ml lot 

^,ime reason .Mie of t he most lelialtlc 

i Ihe learn ha* hail, Powd, wax n»»l 

i.. | • I h > . Although away from 

In. me. the A u u it* spirit wan iiiainiaiiieii 

M ihe ureal nhumiiiu which ibe phivt t» 

hired tbriMsgbout ihe gaaae 

Imritig ihe Bret period ot the game 

\iilllf pileil Up 19 jBiinti* m ll*- eie-lll,! 

*iii»e ihe Oaani client team acored i». ! 
\n.-r ihe ttriil' HI minute*, uf play Ibe 
■ it, »in look ihe lead by mie point, 

«lie»i US mum cbalkeil up. bol « I be J 

iti.k and Maaaaehiiseitii iln.ppeii lu 
.-kei*. in quick »urcea»)un. r'Tum 
line tin luimeelieui did mil euM 
iff than fuur iminlii la Ibeir uppi*. 
-t*t»re. 
it. the Mcnnd bait of tbe game Con 
mil tried bard la caieb up with tbe 
nu, and Miceeetleil in gaining U 
.» The Aggie men aihleil V to their 
. Hi ihi* half, nml ihe gai-ie pihIpiI 
heir favor. 

\lcjiaiiilei, who starred far ("oBneet\- 

a ben ihey played In Arnh»ntt, buo- 

ietl in celling miiy ioie basket 

m ^etlaian, ooBof Agglo't KiiarU*. 

Itfi i pe«l in three haskel**. I.««»il>*». 

• went a«*r«!es«, ami TboMfaan 

I the caplatti ol the Murrn learn 

, teei, Heitriug imi t»a»li»f« in each 

.1.1 is tine A. W. Smith, 

. r .jitit f«»rwarri. wbn played hie 

lull name on tbe leani, and adtled 

i«.iniit to tha a^re. 

i| Itir the I t.n fieri M'Ut 

.ll {hhI Thompeofl 

t- liii-ells. 

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"I am ylail lo he haek in ihe collage i 
liiimiNpheie,' heuan Coiigreaaraaa \lleu 
T. Treadway In bla talk given in Aaaem* 
lily. Keh. 11. ai .I-IWI. Mr. Trea.lway 
abowad by a raw llluatrat lone huwuiueh 
work i here i*. iii the paaaSng of a bill by 
the Lrgiaial nre, 

one <>i fin- yit-at dividing feat urea fur 
inany eatnpaii' us was ihe i|ueMihm of 
tariff. Previous to ll*i:i the annual 

badgei was «.T4(i.(mm).imht, 40% of which, 
tSSbfitiQjQQO, came troin the Oaaiuia 

lIouseH. ImrillU 1H14 1SM5. Ibis peteenl 

wan l o w ered to 4u, tad tben botO, ao 

that it was very fort iinaie I hat in \U\.\ 
the ■ixteaetb amemlmenl lo the ('onsli- 

union wan adopted, permilting an in- 
ittnie tax. Piavloua to tbia. Coogreaa 

bad panaed an ineome tax hilt hut thin 
bad heen daelared uncoiisiiiiniiHinl by 
ihe liiiteil Siai.*. Mipieme tiinri, Dur- 
iiiu ibe war, ('resident \VU»oii teeoiii- 
iiteii'leil an In rmur In I be tax Vecord- 
lagt>, a lull Vt is ir.lilie.l in Ihe Xiitlimn 

oi I'M" which became a law when 
algn ed l»> ihe Pr wMea l In February. 
IMI lb.* puhiie in reading that ihe 
hill baa become a law Utile realizes 
bow much w«rk it required for that bill 
i.. bt passed. 

Another internal lag piece of LegUla- 

Hire will probably be taaot ed i hip week, 
I*«t May, tbe fi evident advtaed Oaag. 

resstbai the goireriniieiil heiii»|MNMeitK«ii 
of the ralln»ail«, Tbe ptojeet was taken 
up bun fall by the eommltiee wh<iliiially 
itiir.»i|ue.»ii the F.seh and ibe (uinmlngs 
bills. These bills were filially made one 
and Ibis final bill is n«w In the bands 
of the Wayi and Means Committee, and 
alter being pa«»eti by bmh IftHMM, ll 
Will ||o In Ihe PFest.leiil if siyiiednml 
on Mareh I will lim-onie a law, 

Mr. Treadway then to e tuhm u d ihe 
three wcsil inUresfing days thai he 
•pent In f »oiiirwiit. The fffat of Ibena 
WM April t, I»17. The regular seiwion 
oi CongrwM had jn«f eapireil ami 1 1.. rt 
eiiaied in Ho* Capital an nmiaon 
lenw, On April x. <he i'maldaiH ualletl 

h »|ieeial sesst.tti <tf the si tty fifth f 'nog - 
and rer«ttit»iH*tnIt*d ihaf We ileelare 
war i»n fiermany. liter foatdavesi 
M'ttsiofi • -..otiAortl 6. IU17, .b 

clareti war. I not be; Intereatloti .ta% 
waa when lleaaral l*er»bl«g wn» 
MratnlaiP'l ! • ' lagrtan He i. 

lbeflr»! Aiitei . in genei 
lioimr. The IbbI memorable llm< arm 
when ▼MttorHerger hy an almiwi unan- 
i„,,,u» rote ol ihe iitrn^ was refnueo 
liittiibershlp, not tiecanae he i«» a aa> 
elalW. Iwf be*mnee he bad ai.b.l ami 
anetted our enemy dating the war, We 
wele«*ttie foreigner* In «»ur »li»»re», hot 
we dewire thai «hey In turn shall. 
when naturalised. a»«utue ilie full re- 
«p,tn*ibiliiy of Ainerlewn rlitRf'iiB, aittl 
beottmc HHii A merit-am*, Ib ch^iBg, 
ihe spi-aker aeld, "Jl«*ef wae there 
more ehatu-e f..r tbt |>raetk*al^e4«eated, 
lWf% Amen. todaj .-*■■ kjoh well 

to yimr npporinntiiea while In dear uid 
Agg < 



THE NEW M. A. C. SONG BOOK 

At the Treasurer's Office $1.00 
LEARN TO SING ALL THE AGGIE SONGS 

Deuel's Drug Store 



TOIL 



ARTICLES 



Shaving Sticks and Creams 



VICTOR R 



Kodaks and Supplies 



Razors and Razor Blades 



RDS 



Fountain Pens 



WHITE STUDIO 

College Photographer 

NORTHAMPTON 



BECKMANS 
Candies and Ice Cream 

NORTHAMPTON 

MOEANDI - PROCTOR COMPANY 

M .nui».,u re ,. jjjgjjtmjo,, Cooking Apparatus 

sawatHiNGTONar ... 




Batchelder & Snyder Co. 



PACKERS ANI> l»fil I 1RY |)R 

WtMM >*MI K MKlA 

I, Mutton, lamb, \cal, Pnrft, llama. Bacon, 
h l*»ullr>, (Ismr, Hutler. Cheese, 
RtK>i Olive fills. 



niju-hsftiiie. North and Vitftli f enire Mirn#t*. 
BOaTON, .... flA*8, 



A. W. HiGGlNS, South Deerfleld, Mats, 



ai?d FCTtili/^r Malerial 

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Carpcjn-ter & MorcKous?, 

PRINTERS, 



rf« t, Cooli Plate, 



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The Massachusetts Collegian, Wednesday, Febrtaiy 18, 1920. 



THE W4SSACHUSETTS COLLEGIAN 

Published every Tuesday evening 
by the Students of the Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College. 

BOAHD ()K EDITORS. 



.IamkhC. M vei 

• InllS A. ('HA* 



Bditor in < iiii-r 
•.mi, MaiiMuinu Kdltor 



nt a 
I i mi 
of tin 



econd eomlc paper make* it • very the audience, a fact which added much 

\ criticism. This recent Bomber io iiis popularity, 

Squib ceiiaiul> was m. l aided by The slei»ht-of-hand card tricks, al- 
ihe appearance of the Hlade. Several ways mystifying, were made even in,. ri- 
ot the jukes in (he latter publication so by Mr. Hansom. Be teemed to pick 
would have added spice I., the Bqttib. the eards out of the air with one hand, 
Whv have this duplication ot effort? while from the other they disappeared. 

Vggle publication nobody knew where. Then tearing up 
a eard, he proceeded to smoke a Bigsr 



Abbcwiatk Koitohb. 

u;K B. Wom.w visi. IS, 
(iKoROK W. Kl'M VN '-'I. 

RoHKiir i.. J'inks *m 

I.UVIUMf I'. M Mil IN -n 

Kl SNFIH A. I! VtlNAUIi '-"-' 
HnliVlil W. Si i:im. 'Tl 

Hki.ihm. f, Jackson "22 



lHslNKSS DKI'AHTMKNT. 

fjroaoe m.camhiki i -:(>, Rwsin*** Msa ii gei 

i.i-..iti. i A Smi III m A<lvertl»liii: Miinairer 
HkkIOHT l„ (HUM 11, l ■Iri-iiliitliin Manuuer 
Kvkrktt c. Pnwroii L'l 



Subscription »2.(K» per year. Single 
copies, H» cenU. Make all orders paya- 
ble to The Massachusetts Collegian, 

In rase of change of address, sub- 
scribers will please notify the business 
manager as soon as possible. 



We feel that one gOOl 

can profitably use all the wit and humor 
on the campus, and there does not 
seem In In- such an over-abundance t hat 
two distinct t\ pes ol comic papers can 
e\ist separately for very long. 



gnt»r«dMSSconrl-eU*« trmtt«r*tth« Amrn-r.t 
Polt Offlc«. Accepted fin ttmllliiK at *fe«';tl 
rate of jswintf*" [<rov|tf#d tm in ■**«•» IMS, AN 

of iHtolxr, 1917 iiiitln.rl/eil UjetAMI 

Y. M. O. A. Also P 
Money, numey. money. Il«>w com- 
mon that call i« I" day It sounds tn.m 
the pane* ol new-pap, rs. It argues 
in Legislatures, tl threatens indiiBtry, 
|i echoes within the walls ol churches. 

•Co matter in what phase ol IH« one 

is Interested IB, he Will hear of the need 
1..1 money in the execution of plan*. It 
lakes money to make paper mi which 
news is printed. Law must enable man 
to .am a reasonable wane Investment 
must bring* returns of ffcei will not be 
made. Kvcn a sermon must be paid for 
bv the congregation, 

lli.. last phase of life, that phase 
which use* the spirit «tf mail, to acton- 
plish thing* must w.rk on the samp 
footing with the efforts that use mater- 
ial slippliee. tO bllild with. Rttl ihe 
significance of ibis (act seems ioslip 

the minds of most men without much 
.liitonliv ll has slipped from many 
Minds on this campus. | svn the 
ngfh ..l the appeal that the Hon J. 
>,,',(, Wilson uimle did n.it remind soon 

that ilii'i owed the V. M. <", A, 

There are many who have not yet 
pad their pledge*. The pledges Were 
due the lirsl of the tmuiih. S. many 
have tailed to pa> that l lie assoettn i.m 
ha* iwen obtiged to borrow la order la 
meet Iti « %peio>c« 

In t he ease ..f the V . M , l*. A . know- 
ing is a Usch-s expeti-r. It is also 
«<rttly Let tiii'ii Who have no! paid 

ii.,ir piedtfes *ee i he treasurer of the 
assm-ia! hut without delay, 1. v.«. 



A Student Forum 
Tfc« estaldishment of a student forum 
to follow the regular address at Assem- 
bly is a decided addition to Ihe curricu- 
lum. 

The honored custom id college de- 
bales has in a large measure given away 
toother activities. The popularity of 
college literary societies and oratorical 
contests has been dwindling for several 
years. This is as true in other colleges 
,- i is in our own institution. Our 
Public Speaking Council, which at bawl 
only <:i\es an opportunity to a limited 
number of men to develop their oratori- 
cal abiities. has not had any real 
support in several years. This is uu- 
tottunateh true, despite I he emphasis 
our alumni and businessmen in general 
are placing on the value of being able 
to speak in public, 

\ forum give* everyone t he opporl un- 
its to stand up and cypres* his views 
without the arduous prepaiatiou ueeee- 
,,,iv t.u a speech. It helps develop ■ 
better understanding «d current prob- 
lems and uives a broader * lew oft be 
iasue discussed I he -indent body will 
derive a gieal deal of l.euclii Itoiu this 
plan if the men all rcspoml in the right 
way. 



cite, which proved to contain the same 
pieces he had lorn up. His next trick 
was to have a piece ol tape cut, lie it 

together again, and in one movement 

get rid of the kirn 1 , leaving the tape as 
whole as it was in the lu-t plane. The 
Hindu rings, which lie put together and 
took apart at will, caused much specu- 
lation anion" the audience, but not a 
tlaw or break could be found in the 
rinys. Mr. Hansom tried to explain all 
his tricks to the audience personally M 
being very simple, and only succeeded 
in Braking them more mysterious than 
before. 

A trick which proved unite popular 
was Mr. Hansom's "new way to make 
money." Taking a hal.he proceeded to 
extract from people's pockets none) 
which they did not know they had; hut 
on returning to the stage he took out 
of the hat a number ol pieces of tin. 
Mr. Kansoin appropriately closed his en- 
teriainmeni by producing, as f from 
nowhere, a large American Hag. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

eornei Main and Whim.v - 

THOMAS T. JOHNSTON, Pastor 

Preaching Service, 10-45 A.M. 



AMHERST MEMORIAL SERVICE 
FOR WAR DEAD 

Sunday afternoon, Fab. 83d, at thret 

o'clock there will be a service in tin 
Town Hall for the boys of Ambeisi 
who gave their lives in the service 
Certificates ol appreciation from tin 
French Uoveroraenl are to be given to 
the families. These will be presentee 
by l.l l.andie ol the French Artillery 
now a professor in Amherst College 
.Senator Churchill will give an add res* 
he students an